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"mike fennell" Discussed on The View

The View

02:35 min | 4 months ago

"mike fennell" Discussed on The View

"Capital rioters does your reaction to that particular video and your colleagues just lying nearly about what happened that day. So when i saw my my colleagues speak it feels like it's in nineteen eighty-four four novel or something you see how to north korea where it's like we're just gonna state whatever we want the reality to be. I was there on january six. This was a real insurrection. This was an insurrection of people that thought they were doing. Trump's bidding at the behest of trump. Not just on that day. But on days leading up to that with the narrative of stolen election i become good friends with mike fennell and the officer. Who body camera showing. I'll tell you he is a man that is very disheartened right now. Not because of his job and not because of what he went through. That was tough because the party that claims they support law enforcement is ignoring him. As far as i know he's asked kevin mccarthy to come in and talk to them and show him his body cam video. Kevin has yet to respond to that. Why what are you afraid of. January six was real and as a party. We have to take ownership of that recognized. What led to that so that we don't do that again. This isn't ten years ago. This was four months ago so the idea of a. Let's just move on i agree. Let's move on after we take a full accounting of how we got here and how never to get to this position again this week. president biden met with congressional leaders at the white house to discuss the two trillion dollar infrastructure proposal. Same both sides are making a genuine to compromise or that'd be refreshing even mcconnell says there's a great chance of democrats and republicans. Coming together for a bipartisan. Deal on this one do you. Do you share that same optimism. Do you actually think bipartisanship on infrastructure is possible i do. I've been calling for infrastructure for a long time. So i hope it is. You may not end up getting you know vast majority of both parties but as long as there is bipartisanship. I think that would be great. I do worry a little bit about what we see with inflation right now. What we see with rising prices of goods. But i think now's the time to do infrastructure. They make figure out how to pay for it. In a way that we all can agree on and this would be a great story for the country to somewhat heal from really divisive time. This isn't going to solve all our problems. I'm not gonna pretend that. But at least shows american people in the world that the government can work and maybe gives us a starting point to continue to move forward. Okay we're gonna take a break. But we're going to have more with congressman. Adam.

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"mike fennell" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

Arrowhead Pride

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"mike fennell" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

"What's up everybody in my not can't Swanson but I would still like to welcome you do the eighty laboratory. Hurt, we had a shortage of healthcare products or something. It's an emergency road the COSCO, the only place they can supply up now, I'm kidding I think anyone that follows Kent on twitter knows that he's been moving right now he's had a hectic time Creggan I. WE'RE GONNA take care of this. We're GonNa get this done so he can relax a little bit with the family and kind of spoiled it. I'm joined by my good pal cracks out but I have a big question for him where does Leonelli messy sign because this is like Lebron James leaving clear I don't know how many teams message play for leading. MIAMI CLEVELAND. Again I don't know how this works. Yeah. He's been with Barcelona of really really insanely long time. He's leaving I know nobody there are three people that care about this that listen to the podcast right now but it is a big big big deal and our friend former arrowhead. Pride Alley Tros had mentioned that she would love to see him mls and that would get me out of the house just by covert if he was playing in the United States because I would definitely go to watch we are here to talk about American football not the world's game. So let's get to it with our Kansas City chiefs So we're running down these last few weeks a practice year, we're getting the bits of information and I think one piece of information we found out last week for the kind of finalized now is the Mike Pinot suspension. So it sounds like Mike Panel suspension the knocked down two games it's locked in. Now just what do we think the chiefs are going to do with this Craig? Are they just going to ride it out? Should they go out and look for somebody else to bring in this slightly game? What would your plan be if you were in charge? I think with two games that it's it's highly likely that they just ride it out I. We had heard some rumors that it might be for like Bushrod Bruins and we knew that he was appealing the suspension if those two things are true. Then that means that he probably want is appeal down to two games I think for two games they get. By with Colin Saunders Chris Jones and Derek Naughty on the inside now obviously, Derek Naughty right now is a little bit dinged up. If he's not good to go, that could be a problem going forward because Houston's going to run the ball and the chargers are going to run the ball. Those are the two games that they'd be missing I do like that. Might Pinellas back for Baltimore but you just gotTa pay attention Derek Naughty yet. If not his ankles not a hundred percent gold I think you're looking at entirely different scenario but what's interesting to me as I think Mike Fennell has been suspended by the NFL before so that would make me think and I think that's kind of why the rumors were that. This was going to be four games. So the fact that he got knocked down to is definitely good I'm with Gregg, the chiefs gotTa ride this out. You have a deep defensive in room to with guys like Tano, Paseo maybe brilliant speaks Taco. These are guys that can kick inside and give you some reps on the inside on the interior defensive tackle specially. On passing downs, I. Think you can make it work. You're obviously going to help a guy like Braxton Hoya or somebody is healthy enough to be back on the field by then just in case they need it. But missing the Houston game missing the first chargers game I think those are two teams we would expect that she's to be of the beat. Without Mike Panel yet, they might try to run the ball a little bit more but these offenses is GonNa be of the put up enough points to score with the cheese how dedicated they be to the run game? Not sure it's perfect. You get Mikenowak before Baltimore because that is one thing is no matter what going to try to run the football giving. Mike Pinella bats that came asking boost. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Huge Boost Baltimore has a thirty three thousand tight ends on their fifty three man roster in fourteen running backs goodness they're going to use them all I mean, yes, they've. They've added some weapons at the wide receiver, but that's not going to change Greg Roman and the Baltimore Ravens are going to come out. And try and run bike pinellas only going to make that better and Mike Panella didn't get to play against the Ravens last year chiefs didn't have a problem with that because they put so many points on the board early and made Lamar Jackson throw. But if this is a closer game, Mike Panel becomes very very valuable in that one I agree with Mattie. Houston and Los Angeles can be beaten by the chiefs without Mike Panel but I feel that is the absolute first crucial game, and then the next week against New England I believe is who's in week four they're going to run the ball a lot too. So I mean I, think those are two great games to have him back for that. Maybe he might not have been before the appeals process with matchup lies actually think it goes well too because Chris Jones is a. Run the defender, not a great run defender I think according to us you know our biggest he's a solid but more dynamic defender, the Interior Offensive Line of Houston the chargers not great. That is anterior offense why that Chris Jones can't just try to shoot gaps and probably make a lot of plays against you try to pull that off against Baltimore or England you're GONNA get into a lot more trouble they will use more misdirection they will use that against you getting Mike Pinelli guides a little. Bit more sound a little bit more sturdy I run my just pure magic wise..

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"mike fennell" Discussed on Download This Show

Download This Show

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"mike fennell" Discussed on Download This Show

"People going yeah, yeah, look, I think that they're acquiring new customers to the platform as well that may not have considered using they services in the past and yet most people will be like Whoo Hoo. Let's go back out again, but you'll also get a lot of people. The would have never really thought about ordering and using one of these APPs Starting to use more on a regular basis. I think that while everyone's not going to stay indoors when they have to. Your customer base is absolutely going to increase during this time and continue. Canal like Oh secure is as a company. It seems like there's running a lot of big bit big risk decisions here, not secure. I think as the short answer It is a pretty terrifying time to become a public company for a company like Uber. In the state that Uber is in because he was an, it's not like he was in the black right it was. It's been deeply deeply in the red, and has been consistently losing money since its inception and the public market unlike the venture, capitalist market is way less forgiving for that, so this is a pretty difficult time for a company to play out its future especially in a space where the vast majority of your business is hardest hit with the pandemic, so I don't envy anyone working or having to make these decisions that are to be honest. Is actually relying on this acquisition to become profitable, which says something to make a statement like we'll be profitable by next year because of US purchasing this other highly successful business. I think that that highlights the real trouble has been in for posts. Maids Day tried to have public offering, or they were considering a public offering last year as well and so the consolidation of the space is obviously on the rise and for post mates. This was a pretty good. This was potentially one of their only exit. Opportunities especially as things get further and further consolidated, and since says no cash exchanged. It's not a real money, but there's no cash exchanged just in stock, and that's an important distinction to make because two point, four billion dollars sounds I. mean it is a lot of money, but there's no cash exchanged. I mean if you're the founders of post, mates and you essentially you're gonNA. Be Working with Uber for Uber for the next I able future and that is. Is Not, something that is going to change and it's not really much an exit opportunity for most of the people that work in post mates, and that's a good thing because it creates an opportunity for Uber to and post meets a really actually combined forces together to try and make this opportunity work for both of them collectively is. They're saying this canal that the price. Price mates brand dissipates now like if you're if you're a dyed in the wool, and then we'll sort of happened in the past if you're a died in the post nights fan, and you just much prefer the interface to over eight as your beloved about to disappear anytime soon not any time soon, but I wouldn't rule it out completely and I feel like this is. Is kind of a game that's been played out time and you know has gone both ways for example. What's up the peered right? It didn't just disappear into Messenger. FACEBOOK and different companies kind of play things a bit differently, whereas anything that Microsoft is just disappear as sooner or later, so Microsoft buys the favorite company fear. Is You just need to give up and So with Uber I, think post made time will tell but four company for an acquisition of this size. I don't think it's going to happen anytime. In the near future. All right that is all we have time for on the show this week huge. Thank you to canal, Colorado the CEO and founder of Jane Labs. Thanks coming on download the Shar. Thank you, thanks for having me is really fun. We'll get you back very soon. Ray Johnson the science and technology editor for the national indigenous television network and I'd say it's always a pleasure to have you back. Thanks for having me back I. Do also want to say thank you guys for bearing with us. I know there was some sort of audio problems. We're having with the show that we're working on throughout the recording. It's just what happens when each and make radio in the age of social distancing and remote recording Abdu. Thank you If you've made it this far under the show you persevered, and we greatly appreciate it. If you enjoyed the show plays. Leave a review on whichever podcasting APP you happen to be listening to us on. It's a really helpful. While other people can find the Shar and with that I shall leave you. Mind has been Mike Fennell. Thank you for listening to another episode of download issue..

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"mike fennell" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

Arrowhead Pride

09:58 min | 1 year ago

"mike fennell" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

"Is not. We're not letting him. We're building leaving him. A house citing arrowhead so that he never leaves the stadium. He can vacation Tennessee because he owns the titans he can do. He really the Texans. I mean we could go on and on but I think I think that that moment was like more to me just like a reality that what we have in Kansas City not just now forever for the next fifteen years you've got the best player in actual he special hosmer didn't take a much longer to to move on you know. His his time in Kansas City was up. He's a small all marketing. That's different here in Kansas City with football and everything. I think that's kind of how that means what that means to me. I'M GONNA start. Read some tweets off just because we need to give some people some love because the bunch of people responded. I might just read them and then when I want you guys to actually answer some questions. We'll just we'll just jump into him but I think we need to also give some people some time here to to kind of have their moments in the sun a little bit. I guess Let me let let me let this load up real quick. Let's see here K.. Govender said your cry. Yeah I I did who asked in cried the heart I didn't I did not cry. Done Arrowhead honest Arrowhead Tom. Who did anyone about me I? I was definitely not. They're not done or not done yet. I look at it. I was all for it. I will ball like a baby when they win the Super Bowl AFC championship. That ain't it. We got one more. I I cried a little bit when when mahomes through through the third six touched on Sammy I cried when norm kissed it a little bit. Kiss Kiss the field bit There's probably I don't know I was a little bit emotional. It was it was. It was pretty emotional for me. Josh Josh Jayhawk Josh Asks How was Mike Panel inactive in week ten I mean it clearly is going to go out is one of the wonders of the season Seeming House. He is played in. How good he he was in this game and how good? He's been all year again at the time out mistake. The thought process seemed to be. You're going to be beating a bad titans team in your little bit more pass rush. We know. Now We know this time playoff game need to make big plays specially against Iran. You know who to call Mike Panel. Baby I listen. Joey Ivy was an active. Mike Fennell was active in this this game. So that should tell you that the wrong was righted. The chiefs cut Terrell suggs out of this deal and they made the Super Bowl and they got got to play two games at home. We dwell on Mike Fennell being inactive in that titans game. It's all it's all gone. Let's we done. We done with that nonsense cents. So many people have added me today about Joey Voice. I maybe I don't no no wasted motion. Ask what percent of Children Board on November in Kansas City will be named Patrick Ninety percent. Yes we are yes who cried the hardest us two questions that are kind of similar. Techno Brad did winning the AFC live up to your expectations because it exceeded mine. He says market zero trick. Quick one asks is it feels good. You thought it would. Yes India I think going into the year I definitely out the chiefs would be in this position. There was some highs and lows throughout throughout the year but I never really thought that they would not be heavy chance to win. This go into the playoffs said it multiple times they are the most talented team in the AFC. It's at close. They don't shoot themselves in the foot. They win we did just that but still just the feeling of getting to see them when them actually going to the Super Bowl after we were so oh close last year yet trumped. What I thought it was going to be in? It's still settling and now is we're what four or five hours after the game. It's still just now registering. What's about out to happen as I book my flights and hotel in Miami to be there when the chiefs go on to win the Super Bowl Mattie is going by the way he he he was tweeting us after the? He's definitely going for me during the during the game for your for me. I yeah it definitely exceeded it because when we were talking about this team this last off season we had hoped for the defense we had hoped for a change but largely. We believe that this was going. You're going to be a very offensively driven team that you're hoping we're mahomes scores fifty one that the defense can hold the forty nine fine basically. That's that's what it was kinda coming up this off season. The defense came together. This is the most complete team that we've seen in a long time in Kansas City. Possibly ever in my lifetime your make your old jokes as you see fit but I very very pleased I with what. They did the way that they've come together. The the mentality of this team. I Love Frank Clark. I love Tire Matthew. Patrick Mahomes Travis. Kelsey those guys weren't losing that game and it was awesome to watch and it was awesome to watch them get it in control and basically know ooh early enough in the game you know with fourth quarter started. We knew it was over. The titans weren't going to be able to come back from that so it was amazing to sit there and just come out really you enjoy all of it while it was happening ray has to ask. Thank you arrowhead. Pride for willing the team to Miami. I think my question Shen is full. Can't have anything to rant about before the Super Bowl. Yeah I have a couple of things that are probably going to hit in the next couple of weeks. I already know something that I'm very irritated. -tated about it has something to do with someone that isn't here anymore and we'll be there in Miami playing the cheese in a couple weeks. I I have some things. I have some thoughts. We're going to save it because we're really trying not to talk about the forty niners. We're not really talking about that. Too Much The the chiefs are going to have to never mind Not Ford yet. Not Today. Today we won't look forward yet. We're we're not looking for it. Hey Ken mobile going to be a Ford or Chevy Corey Peter Asks was there magical. was there actual magic involved. In the Patrick mahomes touchdown run. Yes there was a real magic because he is magic. He is showtime and he is is the best player in the world. And it's not even close in anyone who pretended anyone pretended otherwise needs to just hand their cards over and turn in whatever resigned from whatever job. Resign skip go away. SKIP BUM dared freeland. I never doubted that she would win. But what are the factors actors leading to the slow start of the game okay. Let's talk about that. Why not I couldn't give any real factors? We've had two playoff games now that she's come out more than say they look flat latte. Just you have a couple of penalties a couple of concentration drops and then you get yourself a little bit of a whole. I think to start the year. We did see this on the defensive end. A little bit Steve. SPAGNUOLA takes a quarter a quarter and a half. He kind of settles in after that he sees what audiences doing than he figures out attack it then he figures out Wendy US tendency breakers the what they're trying to do and how we can take away to. That's what the defense is. Slow start offensively. It's just you see what the chiefs are doing. It's working Estrada's on third down. That gets in the way. It's a penalty here penalty. They're just little mental mistakes and as you go forward especially in the Super Bowl. You can't keep having those but I don't think there's anything in particular to worry worry about other than the fact as long as the chief keep the game close. We've seen. They're never going to be out of it yet. It's just cleaning up that that stuff. They were a Chris. Jones false all start penalty Alba shod Bruin defensive. Pass interference away from essentially eliminating those touchdowns and one of them would have resulted in a field goal. So that's you gotta clean that up. Frank Clark had one as well. Xavier Williams is just cleaning up some of the little things. It's it's eerie to think about how much this game would have switched and just kind of washed completely to the chief side if they if they had played a clean game. I know we've said that all year long they play a clean game. They play a good game then. Nobody can stop them. I still believe that we're starting to see them. Play Cleaner Games and cleaner games and our situations where we can harp on a couple of penalties here and there and the chiefs are still winning by double digits because they they are playing so much better than they were earlier in the season. So I just think yeah it. There wasn't anything philosophically really different. They just I didn't start as sharp as they finished. And I mean they still figured it out. I mean they got they got they got it figured out pretty quick early on the the difference in the game was the first drive. The chiefs were bad in the first you know first strategy game the titans went down and got a feel so early on the difference in the game was was really just that so I mean not. They'll they'll clean some things up. They'll be fine. I don't think they're gonNA start a slow but who knows I mean at this point who knows. We're gonNA take a break. Mike and we will be back with more questions comments. Enjoy right after this Jillian.

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"mike fennell" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

12:03 min | 1 year ago

"mike fennell" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

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C. and NFC championship game and let's look ahead to the Superbowl Richie from Idaho he's up first go at Richie Hey I don't worry Hey Reggie just wanted to bring in some some shoes and facts are correct you know I think there are forty Niners defense is real younger gal I think that if we could stop my home and like get ahead and not have to play catch up I think we will do really get I think bring an experience and from the line from Joe stay still ban on the game for that offense of line is gonna be a huge deal and Richard Sherman so that you can provide both being and super bowls trying not to be too much of a home where you know uhhuh but I am a forty niner fan and I just don't want to think what you what you think about that and you've got to add that you're that there's that you were the happiest place on earth because there was one of them thank you tonight no I completely understand I just think it's a little bit different when you're San Francisco when you've seen great teams and you've been to a Super Bowl in recent memory Kansas city has a mental symbol since nineteen sixty nine I think at the city's a little bit happier today the San Francisco but I certainly no disrespect to them I appreciate the phone call San Francisco's defense is tremendous I agree with our last guesstimate murder and I do think this is going to come down to who wins the battle between the offense of in the defensive line San Francisco has the best defensive line in the NFL in the league their front for their front seven I think is absolutely fantastic and you're right on that back in when you have Richard Sherman and he can go around the field to move employees own and play man and he can take the ball the way the way the way that he does I think you're sure it's gonna be a first ballot hall of Famer got all the respect in the world Richard Sherman so I'm with you on that defense I I legitimately think this is a coin flip game maybe an awful to say that because well they have some hot take opinion we got two weeks to break this game down two weeks to dissect this game additional reaction I think the line is about right I would give kids a city the sole light favorite because they have the better quarterback but I think this is a thirty five thirty one game on either side I don't think that either team's gonna hold each other under thirty I trust the offense of mines on both sides too much it comes down to which defense can make a player to in my opinion San Francisco's defense certainly has a better track record and better names Kansas city's defense might be playing a little bit better right now for you to slow down what dear Henry was doing and make him essentially a non factor in today's game is there right press it there again we was having one of the greatest treasures in the history of the NFL that's not hyperbole that's fact starting in week ten a hundred and eighty eight yards a hundred fifty nine yards a hundred forty nine yards one oh three eighty six against Houston to eleven at Houston one eighty two in one ninety five against Baltimore for him to come out today and have nineteen Jerry's for sixty nine yards he was a non factor after the first two drives in the game and after Tennessee got up to nothing Derrick Henry was a non factor the rest of the game and that's a huge testament to that defense of that defense a lot huge testament to that but I understand if you're not understand you're giving them the advantage of your in Kansas city given them the advantage I certainly understand it I think it's going to be a great Superbowl I think it's going to be a lot of points scored I think that both teams defense are playing at a high level and you have all I will use it arguably more the best player in the NFL batch of home think it's gonna be a lot of fun let's go back to the fall line Dwayne is in Detroit go into a hello how do I thought good evening we give a credit to the coaches to quarterback the defense but when I came to court to the two more support the reason why both please one today they would not give them any credit who's that the general manager of both teams if you don't have groceries okay what kind of cool you get in the kitchen you've got to have that and that's what what what are the three lines and that will be at I thought we had a general manager great resume but he hasn't done the job we will focus on that Patricia I'm not even so like I said not for seven steps the first yep first no I completely understand when I appreciate the phone call what can the city has done with their defense in a year's time is remarkable it's as equally as impressive as taking a team that won four games and taking them to the Superbowl Kansas city's defense last year was absolutely dreadful I'm not telling you anything you don't know but maybe you don't know how bad it was last season defensively for the chiefs my from a numbers perspective they gave up the most third downs in the history of the NFL of every team that you've ever seen play football the chief defense gave up more third down conversions in that team then the and then the in sixteen lines from Alwyn sixteen everything everything last year there were thirty first in the NFL in total yardage they worth they were thirty first against the past last year defensively they were twenty eighth in the NFL against the run last year their defense was absolutely dreadful and the fact that they've turned things around and they now are in the Superbowl in their defense could do that against Derrick Henry is vindication vindication to people like me the kind of pope told that the schedule is that their defense maybe wasn't good enough because they had beaten bad teams if you stop the show once in a beat that team by twenty and then you stop Henry there's nothing you can say bad about the chief defense at this point and now they have one more test I think they're going up against one the five best offense of mines in the NFL reads up there Shamika vase up there and count Cheney his in the top of that list the way he uses kettle the way he gets some open the way that they'll do some jets weeds with Devo Samuel the way they run the football effectively it's going to be a strong test but I give Lynch a lot of credit for building that seem a building a strong defensive line and in his time there and I give Brett beach a lot of credit in Kansas city for building a championship level defense in one off season in one offseason with one DC higher one draft one free agency period and a couple waiver wire pickups they got a guy named Mike Fennell I don't expect you to know was name but he's been big in Kansas city and they at its role so that the waiver wire claim at the end of the season they made the right moves defensively and they have now found themselves in the Superbowl and of the favored in the game let's go to Jay in Alaska go at J. garner's American norm AJ Hey I got a ticket on the Titans any predictions on the Superbowl and then a question for you so my first what I mean I can't ask any more than I did for the Titans they did exactly me being a ranger fan what I wanted which was strawberry Tom Brady and it was Tom Brady's fault it was so beautiful I hope that they could take she's but you know that's that's a little too much fat three weeks in a row take out a top tier team and I I've been hearing all these rumors about Tom Brady going to the raiders that is the stupidest thing I've ever heard we hate Tom Brady we do not want him in in Vegas and then as follows the Superbowl goes the reason I'm I'm going with the Niners over the chiefs despite the fact that I hate the Jews with the fact that they got experience and and not a ton of experience but Richard Sherman won a Superbowl a global even though he's never you know been that head of yours that you know the starting quarterback in the Super Bowl he's been with the with the patriots organization and he knows about winning I think on their side they got more they have more and and everybody knows it eventually defense wins championships and I just think that the matters even better than the chiefs and then my last thing that I wanted to just get question have taken off the air you guys are talking about their largest earlier and I I just think that like you said his championship chances are closing in Green Bay do you ever see a scenario where he could make a nice soft landing with the raiders because I think that offense and Gruden and am would make a pretty good team and with the weapons that we got I think you could make one more end of his career push with the raiders as well as their as their quarterback is the guy is pretty phenomenal I appreciate the phone call J. no I'll answer all your questions here when it comes to Brady let's be honest if Las Vegas have a chance to get Brady just not even the team if a Los Vegas have the chance to get one of America's best entertainers in Tom Brady they will one hundred percent to one hundred percent do it in their car I there's nothing you're going to do about it like it's really that simple in my opinion when it comes to Tom Brady if I'm Oakland though or Los Vegas it's gonna be hard calling in Las Vegas after they've been open for so long I'm not thinking of re trade route and I say that respectfully for Brady understanding that he's not a typical retread but you got a chance to make a significant play at quarterback with having two first round picks so Oakland has their pick and may have the bears pick I've been using this to find my quarterback this year but that's what I'd be doing if I was Las Vegas I'd be looking at that by choosing as we're we're not gonna get borough but we could get every other quarterback any quarterback not named Joe burrow because another quarterback will not be selected to I don't think that Washington's gonna miss out on chase young at Ohio state I think he's going second overall and in the draft starts at three with alliance I don't think a lines or taking a quarterback maybe they are but I don't think they are right now but they could trade down and if they're trading down Las Vegas is a prime spot to move up to three you got those two first round picks you sweet the pot with something else you go get your quarterback so if I'm Oakland Las Vegas or whatever they are right now that's what I would be thinking I'd be thinking this is my opportunity to go get my quarterbacks of you like Herbert if you like to well if you like one of these young kids coming out right now that's what I'd be doing because you're not gonna get borough you're not getting trouble lords next year unless you absolutely stink and I think there's too much talent on that raiders team for the nafta we stink that's what I'd be thinking I think that Brady comes back to New England on a on a two year deal that's basically a one year deal and I think the next season is its final season and I think they announce that somewhere in the middle of season he's gonna retire at the end of the year I think Brady's back in New England I just don't see break I don't eight I don't think Brady signing up for team that doesn't have a chance to win a championship that's number one I don't know how many teams that are close need Brady I gets a very different situation the word timber was where Peyton was whatever that hold marriage came together I what team realistically could Brady go to when you think of a chance maybe the Chargers like maybe but there aren't that many teams I would consider to be good better on that for range that Brady signs up for things I am the missing piece to get this team over the hump by I don't think that team exist you're listening to the Harrison experience a live on CBS sports radio we got the phone lines open eight five five two one two four two two.

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"mike fennell" Discussed on Download This Show

Download This Show

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"mike fennell" Discussed on Download This Show

"Want you to imagine address that is head to dr number plights. Yes car number plates now. What would drive someone pun very unintended to wear such garment well. I'll give you hint it involves the violence security and even then the whole thing is really quite. We also coming up this week on the disney. Streaming service is set to launch in australia australia as well as apple splashing out big streaming service and youtube. He's apparently the best place to get news. According to some pull that much more coming up this is your god to the waken media technology and culture my name's mike fennell and welcome to download shy. Yes indeed it is a brand new episode of download this shaw aw and it is a very big welcome to panelists who i booked them three days ago and i didn't realize that thanks to constant mergers in this country. They now work for the same organize nice. That's some great planning on my part matt hopkins from pedestrian. Thank you for coming back and the editor of gizmodo. Take john's ends will come back. They share cab. No i came from home specifically to avoid these separate organizations. I need to update my data is my name is to work this place. We are going to be talking about well a few organizations that have consolidated in the next couple of minutes about streaming but i want to start with youtube interesting race out this week suggested that youtube is increasingly becoming the place where particularly teenagers get the news from from yes sir. I basically what you said that a lot of teenagers now are going to new media or youtube social media as well in order to get the news which makes sense. They're all visual generations or the concern here. Is that the when you're getting your news from youtube from people the unvetted who might not be journalist the actual content itself and information could be inherently wrong and widespread and that's the problem of youtube is widespread and it can reduce our thoughts that you're going to end up with a lot of misinformation so says seventy five percent of teens age from thirteen to seventeen say is important to keep up with world events yes but half get their news from youtube and other social media so they they most of them are getting them from these new new media sources and otherwise still calling youtube. Yes sixty percent learn news from celebs and influences. They admit the traditional sources are more trustworthy and forty percent say influences generally get the facts ride. Some pretty likes styling sell last one again so the forty percent you say that influences get the facts right generally.

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"mike fennell" Discussed on Solopreneur Success

Solopreneur Success

09:05 min | 2 years ago

"mike fennell" Discussed on Solopreneur Success

"Direct mail packages or what? So Michael junk mail. Yup. There's a definite art to it. But today you might even recognize my voice because he's now an intimate professional voiceover artist. So like, welcome to the show. Thanks for the invitation in your so kind to say, I'm smart. I that that is overly optimistic in some cases, but I do appreciate it. And thank you for the invitation. My pleasure. There's a lot of different kinds of artists have fine art painters. You have graphic designers graffiti, artists photographers and a less goes on. But I imagine there's a lot of variety in the voice talent world as well. Isn't there? Yeah. Absolutely. What I tend to, to focus on his training material learning explainers that sort of stuff. But there's commercial things that you hear on radio and TV all the time. Time there's the phone messaging that you hear when you get placed on that endless tree that frustrates you to. No in where you're trying to get to a human somebody's voicing that. And then animation, that's I did a class, in that and quickly realized I do not have that sort of skill set, so just because you can do voice over in one area doesn't mean you can do it everywhere, and I love to teach. So learning is kind of where I fell into. Gotcha. So we can't blame you for the on hold background at least. No, I'm one of those you know, just like everybody else going operator operator hoping to get through. I understand it pays. Well, so I wouldn't be opposed to doing that sort of work, but it's not where I tend to fall into place there. Just call so overs. It's a cool thing. I think you know you hear about voiceover artists. But how did you get from copywriter? And then you went to graphic designer not your voice over artist. What led you down this fast? Yeah. Well, I started out in high school working in radio now, I was not some famous on our DJ. I did a little bit of. On your work, but a lot of behind the scenes, but in pushing we call him board, operator's, so I got used to a microphone back then eventually moved out of that, and went into computers and ended up at Microsoft doing some tech riding and whatnot. And then I wanted to start my own business. So I enjoyed writing that's what I was doing. Microsoft is a tech writer, so that's where I kind of started out and then by chance I added graphic design for direct marketing as a part of that as well. So that takes us to almost to the voice over my daughter does acting. So I took her to a lot of acting classes, and there was a voiceover class, and I signed her up for that it was a weekend course in Vancouver. I don't live too far from even though I'm in the states, I live close to Vancouver BC. So I took her to this weekend class. And when I came to pick her up each day, the kids were having so much fun doing the voice over, and that's about the time when I was closing in on fifty years of age and kind of reevaluating, you know, just what I want to keep doing do I want to do anything else. And as I look at her having so much. Fun. I thought you know, I used to talk into a microphone, so it's not something that's too far out of my reach. And so I went back and did some training, and that's kind of how I fell into it really by seeing how much my daughter was having a good time with it. That's really cool. I have similar kind of situations where our kids take part in different events. And we, you know, meet people or we learn new experience. For example, we started home schooling our family, because my oldest son back many years ago back in two thousand you know, he was just little guy. And most of the people who are in theater at that point, we're actually homestore's host knowing what's that? And so it's interesting how you can just make new connections. And the most interesting ways, and that's pretty cool that led you down that path that you're helping your daughter and then here, you are doing this. And, you know, I think it's fascinating. Now, here's the funny thing also today is talking with Mike before the show. This is my third interview today decided to do a whole bunch at one shot in and taught an hour long class earlier today, and I can honestly say this is the most, I've probably talked. A single day in a long time. And my throat started gets sore. I might sound a little bit horse at this point. So I was wondering, Mike is a boy of artists, how much time do you spend in your studio, everyday actually recording voice talking into a microphone in? How do you keep from getting sore throats and going horse like come about to go here? Yeah. Well, first of all, your glutton for punishment for doing all that in one day when you're not used to it and your voice will get like that for me. A lot of it actually was from the radio training. I worked in news events was a news director, so going on the air for long, periods of time and reading copy, you just your voice gets trained for that, and you learn how to I think be kind to your voice. Sometimes when we are trying to present ourselves professionally our voice changes a little bit. We tighten up a little bit. We try to sound more radio like and we try to sound more professional, and then that will stress out our voice a little bit. The other thing we don't do a lot of that we should in. General is drinking lots of water keeping ourselves hydrated, and then for me, I know. To take breaks a lot of the e learning stuff that I do especially stuff that needed to be done like yesterday. You know, those, those sort of projects where someone hires you and they needed it yesterday. So you have to do a lot, but you also have to be realistic. And so, I know that there are certain times of the day, that I'm better than others. I know I can go for a certain amount of time, and then I just need to stop. I don't push myself. I don't push my voice because you can hear it over the course of, of many hours of recording. I can hear if I've pushed myself because the first, you know, the first slide of an e learning project it sounds nice and fresh, and you know, somewhere around slide one hundred it's been this subtle change. And then when you come back the next day, you're fresh again. And then it sounds all wonky. So it's mainly giving yourself a chance to rest your voice be hydrated, not try to stress your voice to be something. It isn't. And then, again, like I said, in my case, there was just a lot of experience in my past where I was used to that. And I think there's. Just naturally were I, I can pace myself. That's great advice. I've been thinking a ton of water today. I think it's very interesting. What you said, though, as far as how you stress, your voice, and probably, I'm doing that because this is, you know, podcasting is new thing for me, and it's different for me to speak into a Mike Fennell debut soobee in a typing guy as a copywriter by main line of work. And so this speaking gig is is a is a brand new area. And I love to hear is going to be something that you can kind of train your voice into. But is that something that comes naturally or specific things I should be doing to help their if you don't mind? Well, one thing you want to keep in mind is a lot of things contribute to the stress of our bodies, and the stress of our voice, and as your new for this. You're thinking more than just you and I talking, you've got the technical aspect of what we're doing. You've got in the back of your mind. I've done this a lot and it's almost done on. I'm finally going to be done with this for the day. But then I've gotta do this tomorrow. So part of that is just getting comfortable with all these different. Things that are going on around you, as we're having this conversation. You know, you're probably keeping an eye on the clock to that sort of stuff, believe it or not will kind of stress you out a little bit just slightly. And then whatever stresses out our bodies that will come out in our voice. So you want to get to this point where you can kind of put all this other stuff aside, and just remember that we're just having a conversation here. It's like I'm giving you therapy. Now we're just having a conversation. Stephen Phil Kaye. I want you to lay back and relax on the couch and stuff like that. So it is something that comes with time when you can put all these other new things that you're having to deal with out of your mind, terrific. Hey, I appreciate that. That's the thing is, we want to have a conversation. This is not you know grill Mike. This is that the grill Mike our the conversation with Mike and enjoy our time together. And I'm enjoying this. I'm already running great things audiences as well. But I'm curious about one thing, and that's the voice over work for your clients that we hear about, like audiobook speakers. And, and those speaking tracks. I made a movies they get credit for that. You get credits, like on the back of your, your course you record for something like that. You get credits. No. No, nothing like that. Sometimes when you do audio books, you might get a percentage. And that's that's a whole nother topic. I love to read, but I don't have any desire to do audio books. They don't actually pay that. Well, unless you're a well known name doing a well known book, that's going to sell so getting percentage of a book that doesn't really sell that much isn't that there's a lot of work that goes into an audio book for e-learning. No, there's no set. I, I don't get a percentage of anything sometimes with the commercial work, depending on, if it gets used you might get paid based on it's going to be used for a year. If we use it for another year, you will get paid. Again, you're not re recording it. But in those cases sometimes you can get a little bit of money money back, but not for the type of stuff that I traditionally do. Gotcha. That's actually a great point. I was actually thinking more along the lines like getting your name in the book as as a person through the narration. Depends on what sort of narration. I mean, a lot of companies that I work with when it's alerting they want to keep you because a lot of the training material needs to be updated. I've done a lot of stuff where there have been. There are government regulations. And so if you know if government regulations eventually, they're going to change. Now, the company doesn't want to have to hire somebody else to rerecord anything..

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"mike fennell" Discussed on Download This Show

Download This Show

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"mike fennell" Discussed on Download This Show

"I'm done. So. Yeah, it's start site like as an open invitation cod. Now Sarno one go off to my Bank account. You mark. You say on national radio don't go out to my Bank account. I'm sure that's like a red rag. Fine. But yeah, I think it's a real problem. Definitely. I don't quite understand. Why telcos reticent like granted? This isn't this isn't something that's affecting millions. But it's affecting enough people. And the solution seems relatively benign I never got to the bottom of it. There would be some there have to be some changes. There's a big code that. Operators have to follow for number porty. And there would need to be some changes to that unclear to me what the cost would be it would appear to be they could just send that authorisation code over SMS, and that would stop it. But I think part of the equation here is that the mobile industry isn't bearing the cost of fraud. That's bore by the banks and the hassle of getting your number back and doing all the clean up after somebody's stolen money out of your account is porn by consumers, and you have to realize that even even if you get money stolen out of your Bank account at the Bank may wait forty five days before they refund you and site as well. So it's not like. An immediate sort of thing. It's a big hassle. He can go quick. But it takes a lot more time at hot I can stress to chlorof- bags. Download this is what you're listening to. It is your guide to the wake in media technology and culture listening to the voices of may Mike Fennell idiot talking monkey Jeremy Kirk is the end of information security media group, you can also say that story, by the way that he's written eighties right now on to scrolling scrolling up scrolling up Bank info security, and it's called gone in fifteen minutes. Try as number theft problem also city, I we have taken Jones who is the writing I've load of Gizmodo. It's not on business the business cod rates deputy ended up and you've been writing a story about crunch culture. Now. Maybe let's stop explaining what crunch the crunchies. Yes. So I mean crunch coach. I is it exists in most industries spot. It's really predominant in in game development, especially these huge AAA games red dead redemption to which is coming out this way. It's basically anyone working. On the game particular Deb's work, absolutely ludicrous allies in order to meet the deadline for getting that game. So, yeah, it's a huge problem in the industry, but it's been highlighted again over the last couple of weeks because of the release of red Denver to so this comes down to an issue, like work, life culture. And I'm curious unique to game development. I guess what aspects of it are you to game development. I think just the fact that the huge games. Right. So I really good example is from Qatar. They big investigator pace into this this week. They spoke to a ninety full my and KARN implies at Wrexham who. The developers of red deader. And it's unique in so much into a game. And a really great example. They gave they open the pace with was that they decided the full though, going to release the game to add black buzz that you'd see on a movie to the cinematic cut scenes of the game. So it looked more like a cinema pace sounds very simple, but that's actually weeks and even months of work just to go back and overlay all of that again. So just a small example of how much goes into that. And that's not someone working normal nine to five Allah's. What's come out of this article, and many that have come before is that we're looking eighty hour weeks one hundred dollars even to sixty hour weeks is ridiculous. And rook star is really under the spotlight for this at the moment. But it is certainly not unique to them as studio..

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"mike fennell" Discussed on Download This Show

Download This Show

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"mike fennell" Discussed on Download This Show

"Apparently they do monitor the penalty that draw the side of the app monitors how much you drive, which is not being billed through. All through big Dada that your loyal drive or not. So you'd have to have multiple phones turn one of your fines off believe. So driver has. Message from them saying, you know, fifty percent of the time. You're not what did they do that information though? Like if they're not paying them for that time that they not driving over, who's what business it is to know that. Exactly. Well, maybe they pick and choose which drive it gets the job. I mean, nine win the doing the, you know, the booking linking you up. I know where you're going. They know it's a good fare on auto. Maybe they have an internally, I'll bet they do. They have ratings on what the customers think, but I'll bet they have writings on how profitable the strawberries to the company, all sorts of things. I'm just guessing, but. Mirror episode. I'm sorry. E e this is speculative site to the PR executive. Absolutely. Gonna Email me when not saying what you doing, but please come on the show and talk about what you actually doing open invitation or that is all we have time for in the show this week. Can I massive thank you to software, develop, paid them, Maximus legs, infinite I know, and also a huge. Thank you to ride Johnson, who is the editor of junkie amongst other things. Thanks for coming back on the Shire. Thanks for. If you enjoy the MAC. Sure. You leave a review on whichever podcasting app you found us on. I will catch you next week. My name is Mike Fennell. Thanks listening to another episode of download this shy.

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"mike fennell" Discussed on Download This Show

Download This Show

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"mike fennell" Discussed on Download This Show

"It back to Android for a second. So there's been a decade of development and what we've seen as you look at the photos of where Android started to where it is now, and it's a huge jump. And I think one of the other elements to that is that Android has become so much more than just a mobile platform as Google's kind of suite of services coalesced and expand and contract, and fragment I'm curious about way given the Android is the more open of the two platforms, right? I'm curious about way you see going Knicks. What if we're just talking about the the software individ what would you like to see come out of the next durations of Android that might be would extend interest you is somebody that works with young people. And technology actually thing about Android is very popular in emerging economies. So I was in Uganda two years ago, our and everyone had an Android fine, and that's not. Something I'm used to. I'm used to saying in our fifty fifty split ends androids and watching the behavior in the way that those emerging economies a using this technology. I think there's a real opportunity to embrace that for a new, a new sort of wave of how how he can engage people. So for example, most of the young people in Uganda were using Facebook as their entry point to the internet. Imagine if Google could really take that and say, we'll actually, there's all these other interests that you could be using. And I think something that really sort of is less, you know, I weld are anted and really thinks about the way that we can communicate and sell problems that have just largely been ignored so far as those economies emerge. If Google is made by money that money on the table, it's it's ready to be braced. So that's what I'd like to say, but that's just my drain board. My vision board. Hyun your vision beyond just like less less screen time, Ben for Android. I'd like to see them focus more on privacy, so they rely on people's data. They rely on. Let's you know, they, they rely on people's very personal sensitive information to run their business. The reason that they devices are so affordable is because of that. So you are making a trade there and that's the that's what apple at least seems to argue that if you want privacy use apple if few daren't than maybe use anyone else and and it's sad though, isn't it? Isn't it sad that these these third world countries will the Asian countries. Having to you. They night continence early afford to have privacy. But yeah, I think Google is doing some interesting things on that front. And I hope to see more of download. This is what you're listening to easy guide to the week in media technology and culture. My name is Mike Fennell and we are joined by Ben grab who's the technology writer whose work you can see in the morning, Herald The Age. Crikey. I host of other fine establishments. And Sarah Moran is found it and see all Geico academy..

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"mike fennell" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

04:50 min | 3 years ago

"mike fennell" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Hey, oh, okay. Which means by the time you hear this, it's it's out. It's air. Maybe what's today's the fifteenth, eighth twelfth. Thank you to twelve twelve this course. We're in the near future. By the time you hear this, it will have been playing since the twelfth. Well. Congratulate I couldn't think about place. I'd rather announce it more than here. That's lovely. We get a scoop that will be dead by his ear, right? It's still a scoop now, almost everything that we say. Now we do have to talk about gremlins to, oh, we do, we do. Oh, because he's in because he's an and I will take the first time I saw it. Well, I was, I guess I was five when you did it. I didn't see it, and then it was several years later that a friend of mine said, have you seen your dad die in a movie which I said, what and then found frowned gremlins to look it up, saw him. It's one of my favorite things ever. It's now on also on the YouTube and my friends will continually send it to me, discover it and go, oh my God. This is the funniest thing I've ever seen. And and my favorite bit is the way you always describe how Joe directed you onset. Well, this came about because I let it wasn't the biggest fan of original some quibbles with Granada less. When I visited him at his house, he had gremlin cereal. I'm a sucker for cereal. And I had to say so on national TV on entertainment tonight, not a comfortable place to be. And that which is why I don't have very many friendships with filmmakers. It's deliberate, we know each other for, but it's very awkward. That's true. That's true about your friends movies also when we go to see our friends movies. Sure. And, and you don't like it, it you say, oh, good color. Or or. You've done it again. I was told that that has to go with a certain gesture, you've done Again, it again. punch on the elbow. Nobody enjoyed it any more than I did. I can't tell you how much that move we collect for. Yeah. Yeah. Ever use them of history face enjoyed it more than me, that's that's the other solid when I like. But anyway, digress. Oh, so Mike Fennell you're producing partner called me a few years after the first one came out. So what we're doing to sequel and the gremlins are going to invade this TV network and recap ACC on the various shows, and we want to have movie review show, and we'd like you to be the movie reviewer. I said, well, I think I knew that. So so it was that I found myself on a sound stage at Warner Brothers. In one, brothers, wardrobe, being directed by you holding a cassette of video cassette of the original gremlins and having you say to me, just use your own words. Do you remember that? I do of course you. So in other words, Joe directed me to give his movie a bad review again and the sequel to that movie. I don't know that there's any precedent. I don't think there is an but it worked. It worked out fine. I mean, everything you said was pretty much what you would said before, and then we killed. You. And put me onto tops, gum cards time people. Oh yes. I signed. That's what I, that's what I thought better than being in the movie. The come car. They don't put gum in that low. Now I, they put tape at the end. They put hardly any government. And he was so thank you for giving me unique experience and meet too because I see just just how I'm sure it was cathartic for you when I'm annoyed at him. I just look it up. That's right there from my favorite thing. Is that as they pull him back, he's going, it's a ten, it's ten. That's my favorite. Donald Trump Leonard stolen your line. He's welcome to. We're having such a nice time, Joe, we're having such a nice sauce non-political show. He's welcome to it. Well, thanks again for thank you for having me and for anyone who doesn't know you to did an in depth episode of the podcast when we were with ear wolf, and you can still find that and listen to online yet we talk about other things are other things we did talk about. It's a classic. In our favorite instinct clutch classic. So many this so many of these. It's true..

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"mike fennell" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"mike fennell" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"What was your first Baker film? What was the first time that you kinda got to go. My first bigger film while the most expensive movie I ever made was looney tunes, which was way way more expensive than it should have been took a year and a half, and he's not. I like to revisit. Maybe. I guess it would be probably inner space is that was a decent budget and what didn't get messed with, and it was fun to make an came out and it didn't exactly set the world on fire, but through the miracle of home video, it is now a much beloved movie. We're the only would that awful title in that terrible Ed, it didn't do much. Good grief. Now there's an intermediate intermediate period. We made two films that have always had good reputations piranha and the howling. I wouldn't exactly use the phrase good reputations, but I would. I wouldn't knock it. No, I, the howling was a movie that I, I, I did piranha for Roger, and that was a movie. We're really nobody expected it to be any good. And it opened during a newspaper strike which saved me from bad reviews, and it was Bobby did very well. And particularly because it was the culprit actually United Artists. They spent more money, advertising it in all of the other territories, animated fortunate South America where they actually know how to pronounce the word for Anya. Because in the movie only Barbara Steele says the word correctly. Everybody else has Peron which is which makes sense because that's the way people talk, but is h. Yeah, and it was. It was a hard movie to make, but it was. It was worth it. And then and I, there was some wonderful people in it. Bradford Dolman Kevin McCarthy who I later, you know, made a lot of movies with, and then I got a chance to make the howling when when I was joyous three people zero, I was working on universal and that looked like it was going to go belly up and they were go between directors on the howling and they and Mike, my friend, Mike Fennell was producing, and he said, you know, you wanna do or wolf movie, and I said, sure I came over and it looked like it needed a lot of work. So I called John Sayles friend of mine who had done the rewrite unparalleled to come and do rerun them howling. And again, it was another movie that nobody expected anything from, and it turned out to be surprisingly successful to the point that we're like seven sequels. None of which I had anything to do with and. It's it was sort of the first postmodern where wolf movie is. It was the first movie where the characters in the movie know as much about the subject as the audience and so that they don't have to go to the old professor and having been on like hanthropy. And since then that sort of self awareness has has crept into the scream movies. And you know now now now it's generally taken for granted that everybody in the movie knows all the tropes. For better or worse. That's a transition that I mean, how many times can you really overdue that same scene where you have to explain that. No, no, I know would've empire. Get it. The blood of the cross. Starlink and the whole thing and it. Yeah, it's which gives rise to that great line in fearless vampire killers where the Jewish vampire says, have you got that long vampire. Up the cross. I've never seen that. I'm not as content. Oh, it's a good movie. So funny. I don't know if you were going to remember this or not, but. When you were about to make or making Amazon women on the move all up one of my classics. Alison. I went to a bear with me for a minute. Bear with me folks of also I went to a Christmas party given by Jack Haley junior because I've worked with Jack on some of his documentary seeds, a lot of Hollywood behind the scenes stuff. And we went to this party and we didn't know anybody there. Everyone look very attractive as if they ought to be somebody we didn't who any of them were. Very congenial party though, and an Alice looks at the bar and sitting there as hunts all. Hunts hall. One of the original dead end kids who then had twenty year career making the east side kids, the Bowery boys, that cetera, et cetera..

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"mike fennell" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

04:39 min | 3 years ago

"mike fennell" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Was wild for me. Few and Allen is that I'm mostly mostly all spent time together in you ride, and I would get to sit on the bus with you. I think about how patient you were with me as a child. Oh, were you a patient man? But all of you? It's like, I didn't know what anyone did. I just knew that you were all like my dad and you all love your movies more than anything else. And so as I got older and I started to find out that people would go nuts for you and that you were. Icon conic to a lot of people. It was the strangest thing to sort of try and go. That's just my dad's friend. It's so funny because I don't remember you being particularly obnoxious or difficult. That's good better. I, you're just a kid who wanted to know stuff, and that's a long bus ride. Think about he sat there and he sat there with me and still sat there with me. You could've run not. There wasn't really much place to run home and I, you know, I I like telling people stuff, but they don't know. I once got to make that ride sitting next to Sam fuller and who elect to talk as we did. I wish I wish I'd had a tape recorder going or a memo quarter iphone. They didn't exist then, and but I do remember asking him how he happened to cast Tim McCoy Colonel Tim McCoy in run of the arrow the film evading. He fifty seven with rod Steiger said west, Tim McCoy was a big cowboy Starr big cowboy star and later toured circuses Tom mix it done before he said, I grew up with them, grow watching them, you know, the hero of mine. It was an obvious answer it. You know, that's why he did it because he could how. But also that shows that you know, the things that we revere as children are things that we that stick with us and we do heart back to them. I mean mo- most artists, I think you know, draw on things from their past and childhood is pretty special time in the things that you. The things you experience as a child stay with you. And sometimes the worst thing you can do is to try to re-experience them well dangerous. We've even like we visiting an old movie. My remember I liking a lot. My friend, Mike Fennell has produced a lot of movies for me. Yeah, had always had this said the scariest thing I ever saw a movie and was this guy was he had this big capon and he was in a backyard and flying saucer came over and he fell down and they pulled up in the Cape and he was a skeleton. And I said, Mike, that was plan nine from outer. So sometimes you just don't want to know. Different reactions. A Philippine does hold. Oh, well, it's hilarious movie. Yes. And also you got to give it to would. I mean poor it. You know, he, he died, not knowing that he was going to be famous and some of that. Belongs to the Medved's who for for their own nefarious purposes, may may movies fairly well known, but now being selected fifty worst movies rats which which even they have apologized. But, but the fact is that the guy had a vision he his movies are not like anybody else's. All the things that are wrong with them are specifically unique to him and fascinating, especially when you wash them on moss and you see them being repeated as a director constantly makes the same mistakes. And then to be deified in the Tim Burton movie, which is. How many people could even ask for for such a thing I mean to to die in poverty, unknown, and then to be exalted as this unknown great filmmaker, which he wasn't. But he wasn't known. Trace phenomenal. I mean, it's. Is so affectionate. So yes, absolutely. That's why I love that film. You know? I mean, it's a move for people who love movies, like eight and a half. Yeah, I. I do remember seeing a musical stage version of plan nine at a little theater like unless pomace one of those side streets off Hollywood Boulevard is probably twenty years ago. Alison. I went to see this and all the dialogue was verbatim from the movie. They didn't add anything or change anything, and it was such a clever little show..

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"mike fennell" Discussed on Download This Show

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03:47 min | 3 years ago

"mike fennell" Discussed on Download This Show

"Yes. Indeed you are listening to download this show. My name is Mike Fennell. We will have taken joins joining us in a few minutes, but before we get there Claire Riley from seen it, we'll come back, I think. So having me as we go to where today four billion dollars is what the combined worth of Fairfax and non into time company will be if you haven't seen the story earlier this week, it was announced that one would be for all intents and purposes taking over. It's like fifty. One percent forty, nine percent. We're talking about domain the Sydney Morning, Herald the age, STAN non. Now, all of radio interest, MacQuarie media, all coming together in a massive, massive deal that I think clear not a lot of people so coming. I was kind of blindsided by it. I saw him Benjamin law tweeted out that, you know, gosh, I got off the plane and I guess I write for channel nine now on, yes, it's super interesting. And I think it was probably in the works for a long time. Time, but it's really just come out of nowhere. And I think it's a similar to a lot of deals with saying around the world at the moment with AT and t. and Time Warner over in the US Disney, trying to buy everything. It's going to be interesting to say how a kind of a legacy broadcast player and a legacy. Sheet from shape how play together. But obviously, I think being in the media industry, ALPHA's Lord is what happens when they find those inevitable synergies. What happens to all the jobs because you would definitely Fairfax is kind of pushed into the new media space. So has nine Oviously playing online and so forth. So they would be a lot of people like video content producers have a dicey future overseas a very stressful time for people that work in media organizations, but there's a bunch of potential impacts that I think are really interesting to explore. So one of the things it's loss us is that in an effort to get greater impact for fifth, x investigations have often partnered often with places like four corners. Full disclosure, mighty show on the fade has often partnered with Fairfax on investigations. One would assume that one of the potential synergies them in this deal is that I can now do that directly with the broadcast partner, which is the nine network's joint, Fairfax corners, invest. Negations presumably become nine news, sixty minutes investigations. Fairfax. I mean, demanding the block. They get a partner up straight away. It's like a marriage made in blood marriage. Yeah, it's, I think that's interesting, but it's also kind of disappointing because the quality of journalism that's been coming out of those v x, four corners join investigations has been incredible and not to say that you don't have that quality and caliber of journalists over on the Nine Network, but obviously being a commercial network, it's got different things at play. And I think there's going to be a question of whether we say that hard hitting journalism continue. It's one of those things where we do have to ask, what will the rate is in the view is get out of this and what will they lose out of it? And I think plurality voices in the media landscape is certainly one thing then. It's interesting also because nine have invested so heavily in digital in the last couple of years in a really big why we're talking about the future women, nine Honey, that whole suite of non brands. They've also had podcasts and all these other areas also interested in the impact on on advertising as well, because there's been some partnerships developing between nine, Fairfax and also new school in the in the last couple of. As well. Yeah, that's right. So the end of last year they announced thou going to be working on a kind of a program to target. Individual uses. Internet uses through anonymous ID's. So saying that you Marc Fennell, you love watching US batch it on nine Honey, but you also, yeah, right and catch up..

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"mike fennell" Discussed on Download This Show

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02:20 min | 3 years ago

"mike fennell" Discussed on Download This Show

"Back of my head i'm just thinking who owns the intellectual property footage because you can sell that stuff and make money yeah realistically a lot of it is going to be really mundane images of we got into a prang this was at fault it's also in the best interests of the manufacturing company to see that this database is up and running when they checking out the databases like check out the company do i wanna get a dish kamya probably do if this is gonna make my insurance premiums come down if it's gonna make it easier for me to you know be able to make a claim i think realistically it's going to be a lot of boring footage in there but i mean it's really difficult seeing of we've all at some point on the road done something which was a little bit naughty and you know checking your phone all that kind of stuff how much should that base availed i suppose it should if you breaking never never done done that that kind of frequent staining human being i have never done that i mean it's disgusting thing to do checking you and you oh yeah right because you take trains everywhere i miss that's true yeah i guess the thing is everyone if you're willing to be the person that's going to fill mothers you have to be willing to be filmed yourself and also how long is this going to be a problem we're gonna driverless cars in like five years anyway so wow i did not expect you to show happy ending driverless 'cause that will kill us all they were all right with that we are at a time very big thank you to shame burn the editor of beyond tutu adds onto let what combat i think he's coming about copyright so please that's the last time you can sing that song outside but thank you for having me if i was remotely on june i'm sure inouye reminiscent of the actual what you were saying you know i remember the show i understand claire eilly ended up at saint thank you for coming back thank you having me how ya if you enjoyed the show i have many questions for you and your mental health but if you did enjoy the shot do find a friend let them know about the shar the have been encouraging us to tell you to take their foreign and install this podcast for them feedback on socials of suggested that maybe a little bit on the aggressive side tell them about how much you liked the shy my name is mike fennell and with that i shall au thank you for listening to another episode of download this shy

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"mike fennell" Discussed on Download This Show

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01:41 min | 3 years ago

"mike fennell" Discussed on Download This Show

"What is it like to watch it with kids it's kind of cool it's cool to see it sort of bring laughs and smiles and reactions that you get from some people that are just sort of the second squawks them loose on their kind of freaking out a little bit but then curious but then sort of done want to give it back you've been fighting to get this back from punch yeah and teenagers and some fully grown ladies satan thank you so much thanks for having me sate mccain there one of the developers of icke we are becky in cdi with klay riley and taking giants do you wanna take home with you even though it's recording cute metrics we saw some similar stuff at this year like little ducks that are designed for kids who terminally ill or in hospital i think it's a really nice rare example of take being used for good i say that as a take journalist but a rare example and with that we have run out of time taking joins from gives modi thanks so much coming back thanks for having me and clay riley from say net thanks so much for your incredibly terrifying vision of future i am happy to do that and skate anytime you want just rock almanac of thank you so much listening to the show if you enjoyed the show gimme fi tele friend the intact if on then subscribe to the shy for them and then run away because that is a complete overstep of your license ship my name is mike fennell thanks for listening to another episode of download this shop.

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"mike fennell" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

Legion of Skanks Podcast

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"mike fennell" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast

"A month sevenmonth so make sure you do it now you're only paying six hours per month you get pre release in the episodes you get the complete on demand library every episode we've ever done over three hundred episodes plus over three thousand hours of content on demand on the on the network whatever you guys fucking it gasol network dot com it's a future bibi david smith oh wow that was just fucking epic what's your future baby my future told you carolina gang fest all that good stuff yeah part of the problem go grab my album libertas and yeah that's all very cool if you're listening live i want to be in cleveland tomorrow through saturday mike fennell working with me on those gigs next weekend caroline's big big deal man i need if you're in the tries to area man please come the carolina i'm so worried it's in new york we're so acceptable that clubs scares the shit that's a milestone vacuum it's gonna be fun i believe friday and saturday david lewis both going to be on the shows with me saturday sunday i think i'm gonna try to do justin silver mike finola on thursday and sunday's wanna come on the weekend it's going to be a lot of fun guest spots there i know i'm talking to trying to get a nick mon come out for a guest is going to be a lot of fun so carolina's i've doctor grins in grand rapids coming up go to big j comey dot com for all tour dates big j comedy dot com and you can get tickets from i shows and we're gonna take quick break i guess lewis left out i guess training started early right we'll be back in a few minutes everybody's leaching gangs.

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