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Cops and Live P.D. canceled following protests against police violence

KCRW's Hollywood Breakdown

03:38 min | 3 weeks ago

Cops and Live P.D. canceled following protests against police violence

"I'm Kim. Masters and this is the high. Would breakdown joining me is my banter buddy on the Business Matt Bellamy and Matt, the protests that have been going on around the world are really relevant to Hollywood and we see Hollywood. Reacting are trying to figure out how to react to broader concerns about racism and also concerns about the way. Television and movies have contributed to the perpetuation. Of an idea about police, and how they function, this is just filters all kinds of programming, even if it's not a cop show, and it has created a situation where the cops in the public mind get a certain amount of benefit of the doubt as the heros that they are portrayed, even if they break the rules. And, so this now is something we see cops being canceled. We see a live PD, which is hit for an e cops has been on for years and his money maker, but like PD is Annie's number, one show and Anne pulled the plug. Yeah, and they pull the plug after recently ordering one hundred sixty episodes of the show and I think that's really a testament to the soul searching that's going on at a lot of these networks, and if you look at the top ten most watched shows from the past season most viewed you look at blue bloods you look at Ncis you look at Chicago PD. You look at all. All of these police oriented shows that that really do portray these police as flawed, but ultimately heroic, and I think that's what's really going to be the subject of soul-searching, and I wonder if you know beyond the obvious like these verite shows that you can go after right now I wonder if the creatives behind some of these police, procedural shows are really going to reassess how their characters are portrayed. Yeah, I mean most of these shows are run by white men, and there's a certain accepted myth about how things work at is not based in reality, and these shows don't reckon very often with racial injustice and how the Justice System Perpetuates racism. You know it's interesting. My Colleague Lesley Goldberg talked to Warren light who runs law and order Svu and asked him you know how `bout this portrayal, and he's sort of had to say. It was clear that Dick Wolf would ever who, in he has so many shows on TV, and they run in reruns. That Dick Wolf whatever you know. Step away from that portrayal of cups and again this filters through, and it's not just about cops. I mean you just saw Hbo Max pull gone. With the wind because of racist stereotypes, the glorification of the South in the era of slavery. It'll be back. It's not being censored is still available. You can buy a lot of these shows that are being looked at but. It the they're going to bring it back with some context to make it clear that this represents a certain view of the world that is no longer acceptable view of the world and Disney did that when the Disney plus dreamer launched. They realized that some of the Older Walt Disney content was not culturally appropriate anymore, and it's easy to alter things from the past, but what's more interesting to me is when we go from here. Here, and whether these concerns that have come to the forefront today where you see the entire New York Times nonfiction bestseller list devoted to issues of race and injustice. This is clearly permeating the culture right now, and where will Hollywood take it? There's GonNa. Be a lot of scrutiny on the content of these shows going forward. Yeah, I think we're going to need some change in the executive suites, but we'll see going forward. Thank you. Thank

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CBS is most watched television network for 12th straight year

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

00:35 sec | Last month

CBS is most watched television network for 12th straight year

"KNX televisions traditional season ending last week and C. B. S. the television industry's most watched network for twelve straight season for the seventeenth time we should point out in the last eighteen years as well according to Nielsen's ratings NBC Sunday night football telecast was most popular program of the year with says CBS's NCIS the favor drama and a young Sheldon the top comedy CBS won the season just whited said viewership dropping fifteen percent from last season in fact three of the four networks lost viewership from last year and fox was the only exception primarily because of its football

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'The Office' Beats Out 'Friends' as the Most Watched Licensed Show on Netflix

Donna and Steve

03:07 min | 9 months ago

'The Office' Beats Out 'Friends' as the Most Watched Licensed Show on Netflix

"Your money but it will take us about Netflix the most watched show on Netflix not friends okay any guesses and I mention that friends thing because Netflix Netflix paid a hundred million dollars to keep friends for twenty nineteen alone but it's not their most watched show I know what it is because I have the list it's the office door stranger things well shoot infinite you bring about it is the office people I mean and I don't know what these deals are like I don't know how much money Jennifer sure is getting from this Steve Carell John Krasinski but man are they putting together just really really I I tons of money to keep the show I now these comfort show so that he had on jump ship and go somewhere else office at number one stranger things that you mentioned didn't crack the top ten yeah because the office than friends comes in at number two yeah then grey's anatomy I really didn't number three and then show I've never seen in my life but they pay their stars tons of money and tons of people watch it NCIS tons of people watch that show yes I'm surprised it's not higher yeah you strike me as an NCIS kind of a lady you know what I mean like you'd be all up on all the CSI's now could I like the real stuff yeah I know do you like criminal minds you like I that's not real but I bet you would like it because you like crime stuff yeah criminal minds given a number five dot and then shameless is the sixth most watched show shameless is on Netflix now very funny I I watch the first few seasons but haven't stayed with it I. T. N. B. orange is the new black comes in a number seven is that that's a Netflix original or did it yes so that's one of the first right yeah but that's the first on this list right that's the first on this list men supernatural comes in a bright that's a WB show mercy W. shell then parks and rec at number nine in Ozark and ten so I can I talk to and only to Netflix original can I tell you I've never seen I none of those shows are on my radar not one of them is that right yeah I mean I've seen shameless I've seen orange is the new black but I not a regular wow I didn't stick with it Aquino get this so what most most of those numbers be for those shows because last week Netflix said season three of stranger things has been the most watched season to date with sixty four million how Hans having watched it in its first four weeks wow sixty four million households I mean that's that's a whole nother viewers I there's a lot why the stranger things not on the list I don't know that means if that number is sixty four main I wonder what the number is for the office how many people are watching that I wish they release more numbers I mean they just they cryptically release and this is a net Flix lit yeah this is actually a third party that was able to put this on information out Netflix hasn't commented on the list yet but it's I a I do I wish you could see more numbers but they get to pick and choose what they put

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Netflix's 64 million question

Talking Tech

04:41 min | 9 months ago

Netflix's 64 million question

"You deserve a website that's dynamic as you are business blog beekeeping whatever your thing is you can turn it into a unique website at wicks dot com and any competition apple TV's another ball of wax they've only got eight shows premiering on November first in three of them are kid did so it's basically only five added six point seven million short of the projection which was seven million but this company is kicking behind let's talk about rating the highest rated scripted TV show is on CBS it's called NCIS and it averages twelve point five million per week spot though. I'm a little skeptical that Netflix can remain number one here's why this week Disney released a trailer three and a half hours long we're talking everything from the lady and the tramp a new version the original Snow White Lizzie lose a few subscribers but when it's all said and done none have the variety diversity and quality of new original programming that we are okay now there's another Netflix series called unbelievable which is actually terrific as a stranger things it's docudrama limited series about two because they rarely ever talk about ratings but they threw in some eye-popping viewership numbers with the earnings release like strangers wicks the most technologically advanced website building platform out there brand new startup big business or intergalactic empire wicks gives anyone the freedom to create

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"ncis" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:31 min | 10 months ago

"ncis" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"NCIS full of zero to be arrested on site has returned. I'm sorry. why this cannot be what it looks. yeah yeah yeah on the. the search for a social media stars shine to million followers that is two million possible suspects refuse dark secrets stops right now a new FBI on a new NCIS New Orleans. yes. a navy pilot saw seven she can explain. ordinary explaining code for I even wanna say. NCIS New Orleans after the new in C. I. S. and U. S. T. I. C. B. S. tonight tonight starting at seven on CBS too then stay tuned for C. B. S. two news at ten. trending stories on WBBM newsradio dot com crews have begun dental wish demolition of a Florida shopping plaza that exploded because of a gas leak demolition started at the site in plantation that's west of fort Lauderdale Missouri governor Mike parson is denied clemency for a convicted killer hours before the man scheduled to be put to death Russell Buck Lou has a rare medical condition his attorney say it could result in a gruesome execution of former Yahoo software engineers pleaded guilty to hacking into.

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"ncis" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

03:21 min | 10 months ago

"ncis" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Next day NCIS is investigating a memorial service is planned on board the USS Nimitz one Jose Garcia her and listed in the navy in January of twenty seventeen Bernie to foil newsradio one of five point nine FM even though they're on a two week recess house Democrats plan a quick start to their push for the impeachment of president trump with hearings depositions starting this week the impeachment inquiry. once against president trump over actions involving Ukraine dominating Sunday news broadcasters serious evidence of wrongdoing the president has betrayed his oath of office of the president has abused his power in a manner that undermines our national security and the integrity of our election some accredit congressman talking Jeffries on CNN's state of the union house Republican leader Kevin McCarthy on sixty minutes when I read the transcripts I see two leaders having admiration not intimidation Tom Foley CBS news Washington also on sixty minutes Saudi Arabia's crown prince has given his first American TV interview since the murder of a Washington post columnist and if stumble year ago Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman was speaking to CBS's sixty minutes one correspondent Norah o'donnell asked him flatly if he ordered the grisly murder of Jamal Khashoggi here's what he said through an interpreter absolutely not this was a heinous crime but I take full responsibility as a leader in Saudi Arabia especially since it was committed by individuals working for the Saudi government Saudi Arabia has charged eleven people over the slaying but has consistently rejected requests for an independent international investigation into because shoki staff Vicki Barker CBS news three of four four escapees from Ohio jail and taken into custody in central North Carolina the four inmates escape from the galley a county jail in far southeastern Ohio early Sunday morning they were caught early this morning at a motel nearly four hundred miles away in the Raleigh North Carolina suburb of Kerry police lieutenant Jeremy Bergen our officers arrived on scene observe their car in the parking lot and safely took three of the four in custody before he fled on scene that began our search for him Jim chrysalis CBS news Greensboro North Carolina WBBM news time nine thirty four if you were late in returning that book to the Chicago public library you are forgiven the library is getting rid of late fines starting tomorrow the Chicago public library will eliminate overdue fines on all C. P. alone items currently in circulation and erase all. outstanding overdue fees library patrons will still be responsible for the cost of replacing a lost item Chicago becomes the largest city and the largest public library system in the nation to eliminate finds Chicago library commissioner Andrea telly and they're like what say the goal is to remove unfair barriers to basic library access especially for youth and low income patrons they're also hoping it will bring people back into the branches over three hundred thousand people cannot use the system because of overdue fines Jennifer Kuiper newsradio one oh five point nine FM now in the works by lego said that let you build a miniature city block from the Sesame Street TV show will be a manager Big Bird I'm all add to the count all in a New York city's style walk of building and street access the idea was picked up from suggestions by about ten thousand lego collectors so far there's no word yet on when the set will come out at the editor's desk this morning or thanks to Zach Weber our.

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Marine missing from Calif. base found safe at Texas rest area

KNX Programming

00:29 sec | 10 months ago

Marine missing from Calif. base found safe at Texas rest area

"Seven of marines from camp Pendleton has been found safe in Texas after he was reported missing last week when he failed to return to the base as scheduled NCIS says its agents located the lance corporal this weekend at a highway rest area south of Dallas and they took him into custody but it's not clear yet what charges he might be facing he had been granted a three day leave from the camp for trip to Arizona but then he vanished after leaving a friend's home last Monday there is no word so far and where he was or what he'd been doing before he was finally

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How Do Animals Get Their Scientific Names?

BrainStuff

06:28 min | 1 year ago

How Do Animals Get Their Scientific Names?

"Today's episode is brought to you by the capital one venture card the capital one venture card you earn unlimited double miles every purchase every day and you can use those miles toward travel expenses like flights hotels rental cars and more just book and pay for your travel using your venture card and redeem your miles toward the cost capital one. What's in your wallet? Credit approval required capital one bank U._S._A.. An a welcome to brain stuff but production of iheartradio brain Steph Lorraine Vogel bomb here and I'm here today to tell you that an oddball catfish species I spotted in one thousand nine hundred eight in Brazil at last has a name and it is Grio. Yes as in the Rhodesian Bounty Hunter Star Wars more formerly the catfish at fish who's bug-eyed stare and Droopy Chin like extension really do bring to mind Guido will henceforth be known as Peck Alenia greeted by that final is sound in Latin is a possessive so it means something like grotto's fish one Dr Jonathan armbruster professor professor and curator officials at Auburn University and Longtime Star Wars Fan created the name while studying the fish in two thousand fifteen. It's about one of forty species of fish. He's named date by tradition. Whoever discovers a new species gets to name it discovers covers doesn't necessarily mean fines though armbruster explained discoveries a weird term? I discovered Pedo I in a jar but others actually discovered it in nature. They just didn't have everything they needed to describe it. Armbruster did describe it he. He discovered the nature of the species. The new part of new species is weird to in this context armbruster explains a new species is one that is newly described named of course it existed before scientists got involved describing describing a new species is a science in itself in taxonomy which is the scientific discipline of classifying living things scientists examined physical genetic behavioral. 'em ecological traits to logically scituate species within the biosphere taxonomy is a big deal it reveals how a new species fits into are known world and provides a universal language to describe study it taxonomy lays out the components of biodiversity and thus the tools to preserve it it offers scientists engineers and inventors their best chance at understanding were standing the incredible capabilities that the natural world and explaining it to the rest of US naming is part of taxonomy. A name often reflects a distinctive characteristic like the name Tattoo Rita Brazilian ncis for bat discovered that lives in Brazil. Oh there's a lot of leeway in naming though and scientists often get creative like p Guido I for a fish that looks like Guido or my oldest might attack this for a bat with golden for after mythologies golden touched King Midas. This approach can sometimes be problematic though we spoke with Dr Ricardo More telly biologist with the Waldo crews foundation who named the Golden Bat he explained a characteristic that we I think is you need to that species. Maybe revealed as shared with others or even variable. Able within the species for instance the aforementioned t Brazilian says was later found to live throughout north and South America resulting in sub-species like T- Brazilian says Mexicana or the Mexican Brazilian F- Retail Bat other names <music> honor colleagues immortalized family members or less common but more compelling exact revenge scientists Carlin is who in these seventeen hundreds founded the taxonomy and nomenclature systems still used in biology today named an entire genus of Rican weeds <music> secust Becca after one Johan seek us back a botanist who had endlessly criticized his work. The International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature needs to approve names but the organization is Pretty Open minded it approved sid vicious aside and Johnny Rotten. I four two species extinct trial bite named by taxonomic whose friend loved the sex pistols it also gave the nod to Agatha Idiom Bush. I A Cheney I and a Rumsfeld I four three species beetle title. The Republican taxonomic actually entered is a good thing it also approved ampule X. Demento for wasp that turns cockroaches zombies before eating them the behavior apparently recalled Harry Potter's spirit sucking adversaries that last one was chosen in a vote by visitors to Berlin Museum of Natural History. Some scientists are giving away. They're naming rights to educate engage and fund research and Conservation Merlin's museum patrons learned about the new wasp and taxonomy and it's critical role in conservation. Asian as part of the voting the scripts institution for oceanography cells naming rights for five thousand two twenty five thousand per species with the proceeds porting institutions work and that's a bargain at a two thousand five auction the online Golden Palace Casino L. paid sixty five thousand dollars the rights to name a species of monkey supporting the National Park in Bolivia where the new monkey was discovered. This commercialization makes some in the field uncomfortable with money in the mix. There's concern about biased. taxonomy armbruster said it has the possibility of getting out of hand. Buying a name is a good thing as long as it is four species we have already identified as new. We need more money for taxonomy. Finding creative ways to fund the science is a good thing by the way a Golden Palace named the Monkey Cassius our pilot. Why are we piloting meaning Golden Palace and Latin the Casino wanted dot com in there too but it couldn't be Latin sized? Today's episode was written by Julia Layton and produced by Tyler Clang. Breen stuff is the production of iheartradio's house stuff works for more in this and lots of other well categorized topics visit our home planet house networks dot Com and more podcast from iheartradio iheartradio APP apple podcasts. I listened to your favorite shows would not rob.

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U.S. Navy SEAL spared jail but demoted after war crimes trial

PBS NewsHour

06:45 min | 1 year ago

U.S. Navy SEAL spared jail but demoted after war crimes trial

"Special operations chief Edward Gallagher was found not guilty yesterday of murdering a suspected ISIS prisoner in Iraq the decorated navy seal had been accused of stabbing the wounded teenage captive back in twenty seventeen William Branham has the story that's right Judy in addition to being found innocent on the first degree murder charge cheap Gallagher was also found not guilty of attempted murder of Iraqi civilians and of obstruction of justice the only thing he was convicted of was posing in a photo with the dead captives body for that he was demoted one rank he will serve no further jail time late last month this trial took a dramatic turn when one of the prosecution's witnesses navy seal Corey Scott testified that after he saw Gallagher stab the teenager Scott killed the captive by plugging his breathing tube Scott claimed it was an act of mercy Gallagher always maintained his innocence and on fox news this morning flanked by his wife and lawyer he reiterated his view that it was a group of disgruntled fellow seals who wanted to frame him I just wanna make make clear that this this small group of sales that decided to concoct this story in no way shape or form represent Nixon to the community that I've you know loved and gave my soul to for more on this case I am joined by Steve Walsh he's been following the story for keeping B. S. public radio in San Diego and he was there for the verdict and sentencing today Steve Walsh thank you very much for being here you've been following this trial all along with your sense that this verdict was a surprise it was a surprise in the sense that yesterday when the verdict came out and he was acquitted of the six of the seven charges and all and all six were the most serious charges there was a great deal of jubilation Gallagher was hunt was hugging his wife they were very celebratory as so there was a a feeling to this today that maybe Gallagher would serve no jail time at all these wouldn't get a sentence of any jail time but on this last charge the least serious of the seven charges the jury decided to give him the maximum sentence which is in this for months in jail and they reduce two men rank from a chief petty officer to a petty officer first class that's going to have implications on the Gallaghers of retirement in fact we were expecting Gallagher to come out and talk to us after the after the sentencing and in but instead he and his wife got in the car and they drove away Gallagher was originally accused by fellow seal members members of his own platoon which in and of itself is sort of odd given that sort of historically tight knit nature of the sea organization they said that he is one up in a sniper tower and Sean and civilians several of them said that they saw him stab this alleged captive ISIS prisoner how did how did Gallagher's team robot those witnesses well the Gallaghers team said that essentially bays trade this as an investigation that was out of control that the turnout targeted Gallagher from the very beginning the lead investigator for naval investigations Joe war Pinsky he'd only been with NCIS for two and a half years before he got this incredibly high profile war crimes case the the also portrayed these seals in Gallagher's platoon Gallagher is is forty years old now is it in the rest of his platoon was much younger yeah I'm on the stand his attorney said call them in title the young seals so in addition to having those seals who I I guess their their testimony was simply not believed by the jury there was also this piece of evidence of texts that Gallagher had sent to a fellow seal apparently he sent a photograph of the captives body and I want to read what these texts say one of them said I've got a cool story for you when I get back I've got my knife skills on another text said good story behind this got him with my hunting knife how did the defense team robot that bit of evidence well I honestly they didn't I mean if you think about this this is something that happened in Iraq in two thousand seventeen they have nobody in this case very little forensic evidence but the one thing that they did have were these photographs that Gallagher sent out to people in the United States and other members of the platoon with him posing with the knife up to the dead detain me so in the end that was what he was convicted of but I guess the the evidence citing a for Gallagher has a tax that says I can't wait to tell you the story about this I got right with my knife how did Gallagher's team push that offer to they just not address that will be addressed in the sense of big said that this was dark humor they also have other tax where he he threatens to kill his his platoon yeah he he turned to the jury of all members of the military marines in a Cup and one seal as a matter of fact and said who among us has had not had their commander threatened to kill them at one point or another and lastly there was this this piece of us sort of a bomb shell development where one of the prosecution's main witness as this medic who was there says after he saw Gallagher stab the captive it was he the medic who then kill the the captive not Gallagher I mean that's going to do something here case if they if your your key witness sort of says actually the the guy you think killed it didn't do it I did it it exactly this was a prosecution witness not a bit and so on cross examination that's when the defense brought this up it played into their overall narrative that this was a sloppy investigation they didn't ask the right questions to the right people at the right time of course there were some conflicting testimony I one other marine raider who was there also said that he saw no stab wounds on the dead body Leslie was we did we know that Gallagher's convicted of this one charge of posing with the photograph and what is next for chief Gallagher well that's the way it works in military court this will go to the convening authority for final approval of this sentence and then I his attorneys seem pretty eager to appeal this decision they don't want this sentence of confinement on his record if they can possibly avoid it so we probably won't see the final outcome for a while in the meantime he'd already served eight months in the brig that was basically good time so he served none of this four month sentence so he was able to drive off right after the right after his case was over

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Prosecutors won't drop charges against Navy SEAL despite trial twist

WFTL Programming

02:45 min | 1 year ago

Prosecutors won't drop charges against Navy SEAL despite trial twist

"He's a war hero or a war criminal. That's the question at the center of a high profile military trial underway in San Diego involving decorated navy seal, Eddie Gallagher accused of murdering an ISIS prisoner in Iraq in twenty seventeen but in court came above shell. The best defense for chief Gallagher's the truth today. The true started to come out in a stunning twist, a witness a navy seal medic Gallagher's, deployment testified that he's the one who actually killed the prisoner special warfare operator. First class Cory Scott, who was granted immunity. For his testimony said, he saw Gallagher pull out a knife and stabbed the prisoner underneath a collarbone at least once something other witnesses backed up. But Scott told the court he froze, not knowing what to do. He killed the prisoner because he knew he was going to die anyway. Saying I suffocated him, I held my thumb over his trait. Tube until he is fixated. The admission seemed to outrage navy prosecutor Lieutenant, Brian John who reacted saying, you can stand up there, and you can lie about how you killed the ISIS prisoner. So chief Gallagher does not have to go to jail, Scott's response. He's got a wife and family. I don't think you should spend the rest of his life in prison chief special warfare operator Gallagher is on trial for the stabbing death of that ISIS prisoner in Iraq. In twenty seventeen Gallagher's also accused of shooting civilians, and taking a photo with a corpse that he sent to friends, something Gallagher's lawyer described as a joke, just for fun. How do you explain the texts that he sent the messages sent to people like this one with my hunting knife? I got my knife skills on explain that. It's joke. Funny joke. Well, two two guys in the sale teams. Yeah. It stark him, but it appears that so called dark humor didn't go over so well with Gallagher's own platoon members who turned it in this entire process for him has been difficult hearing people say things that aren't true, people that he thought were his brothers people that he thought he could trust. Scott said he didn't previously admit his actions and interviews with the NCIS or the prosecution and was only admitting it now because he was granted immunity today for the first time somebody went to this one of these witnesses and actually asked the real question, what is the cause of death, but it doesn't appear that Scott's testimony will put an end to this case? And a statement tonight, the navy says the government will not be dropping premeditated murder charges against chief petty officer Gallagher, despite petty officer Scott's testimony, the credibility of a witness is for the jury to decide police

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For Stricken Boeing, Paris Air Show Is About More Than Jet Sales

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05:06 min | 1 year ago

For Stricken Boeing, Paris Air Show Is About More Than Jet Sales

"The fifty third international Peres air show takes place next week dominating the conversation will likely be the grounding of Boeing, seven thirty-seven max, and what that means for the aerospace industry for more. Let's head to Berlin and bring in Bloomberg daybreak Europe anchor Matt Miller, this airshow is likely to be very different for Boeing rather than review. Plans for a new airline model, which may now be on hold. The aerospace giant will likely be fielding questions about one. It's grounded. 737 max is going to fly again, that's after a version of its best-selling plane was involved in two deadly accidents and five months earlier this year will competitor Airbus be able to capitalize and what concerns will the industry have over the rise in global trade tensions. For more, I'm joined in the Berlin studio by Bloomberg's Benedict camel. Benny? This is going to be a big deal at the airshow, obviously, all of these events have culminated into a really interesting competitive scenario. Yes. So this show will be different in many ways. It's always about competition. It's always about y'all. Indeed the entire industry. The commercial aviation industry is sort of viewed through the lens of Boeing. Culminates these shows somewhat tragic on the tone at this event is obviously, as you mentioned, the Boeing, max grounding. And the question is when if a toll will it come back into the what a customer saying, so this is really sort of the first public test of appetite for this plane will Boeing able to sort of regain the upper hand in the narrative, can they convince customers this is a plane. They should be ordering if we see any activity unusually these shows are the venue, law or the place if we see order activity from owing awful Boeing for the max, that's great news. If we don't see any that will really put them sort of on the defensive and Abbas, as you say might able to capitalize. Let's talk about I when this grounded plane is going to come back, 737 max. I've heard that Boeing is telling customers one thing and then telling an openly saying another thing what, what, what do we know about when it's going to come back. Well, the showed on. We, we don't know what it will come back Boeing has expressed confidence. Dennis. Ios had he liked to see the plane back by the end of the year, and that sort of gels with what the FAA the regulator in the US is saying the question is what will other right around the world do about this? Remember when the plane was grounded is happening almost chaotic way the Chinese will cost the FAA was lost. And you might see a similar dynamic this time round that sort of a coordinated effort to bring the plane back on instead, some regulators might say, not so fast. We want to make some tests us ourselves. We think you'll rushing this so before the end of the air is probably the hopefulness option from Boeing on the FAA. But it might take longer and the longer, it takes the mall at opens sort of a flak, that's Alison slip into a lot of consumers are. Are happier now to hear from their carrier that they're flying on an Airbus vehicle, obviously because of the worries about the safety of the seven thirty seven max is Airbus, going to be able to capitalize that have already been able to capitalize on that not so far on this sort of an unwritten rule in the aviation. Well, that if a plane crashes tone, sort of capitalize at least publicly from, from the misfortunes of your rival, so Abbas has been very public and say, look, safety fussed, and that sort of an industry mantra. And with the loss, people, the company to them sort of public capitalize on this, but as you say, maybe the max is, as a product sort of mortally wounded, maybe people will say, I don't want to fly on this plane anymore. What about I mean, aside from that issue? There's environmental concerns, obviously, about the carbon creation, but also concerns about congestion traffic too many planes in the sky and Sweden as a movement called fluke com, which is sort of a. Shaming people into not flying. So whether that will become a global phenomenon who knows. But you do see people asking. Okay. Maybe I shouldn't take this plane for an in and out to London all down to Frank, thought, maybe I should take the train on travel a toll so there is a bit of a movement going on and indeed. We all heading into a period where we will probably see a lot of lot of congestion. There are still too many competitors out this capacity. We have the low cost carriers like EasyJet light Ryan whiz. But we also have the Afra, NCIS Lufthansa's and so on all vying for this fairly short this market, and we saw a lot of delays lost. Yeah. Ready this yeah, it looks as we might face similar Benedict Comal. Thanks very much for

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"ncis" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"ncis" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"And we've lost there was a golden age of really, really right at the at the dawn of the internet, and social media and, and using computers. There were crime TV shows and movies that did just did not understand how any of that worked and would do these weird cracked dot com. That a whole article about these moments. There was one moment on NCIS where they're trying to like hack something. And then the guy's keyboard someone else gets on the keyboard with him like two guys, you'll be. I swear to God it was the weirdest, that's not how internet worth. It was a great one. It was an episode of NCIS. I think it was episode of CSI were there somewhat again. I don't there was some kind of one of those weird second life chat rooms where you log on, and there's, there's a an avatar that walks around and talks to different people. So they, they know that the murder victim was doing this and chatted with this other person in this world. So they create an avatar and then they go into the world and they walk up to the guy, the other guys avatar, and then he runs away. So they chase him. Thing where anyone watches, like, well, he would just when you just log off run where the fuck is he gonna go to? That's called some people in their fifties. Exactly. You know, we need this to involve the internet near like got it. Guy. Shea we still Maury. Hey kid. Trice and get away. We chase it. The avatar leaves a footprints take an impression. Really worse. We got what we need, and we get to go home. Now it's that Andy killer bid about the sitcoms and the eighties where the three year old sounded suspiciously, like a fifty one year old comedy writer going, what am I the Lindbergh baby? Well, I. You can tell like you can. You can tell there with the time in the in the sixties sixties TV's. Yes. And sixties.

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T-Mobile & Sprint Cleared For Launch

MarketFoolery

09:34 min | 1 year ago

T-Mobile & Sprint Cleared For Launch

"It's Monday may twentieth. While in the market, foolery, I'm Chris L. Joining me in studio today back first time in a while. It's Dan client, thanks for being here. Hey, there, Chris, thanks for having me. Thanks to everyone who hung in over the weekend for our apropos of nothing episode. I told you we'd be back Monday with the actual business news of the day, and we're here, we've got some media and entertainment news. We're going to dip into the full mailbag. Let's start with, I think that's technically counts as breaking news, the chairman of the FCC saying that he is going to recommend to the agency, the approval of the merger between T mobile and sprint. This is a twenty six and a half billion dollar merger. And I know the FCC still needs to formally approve this. And so does the Justice department but stocks are acting Wall Street is acting like both those approvals have gone through because when you looked at this a few weeks ago, and I think we covered this on an industry focus not that long ago. They were putting it at fifty fifty and it wasn't. They weren't looking at this sort of economics of it. They were basically, very focused on, but there's four and it's going to go to three and that's bad. And then sprint came out and said, hey, look, we've been saying our numbers are pretty good. They came as close to saying, they that they fudged the numbers, as you can legally come, and what they were basically saying is, hey, we, we've added a million subscribers, but we added is free lines. So they would say, hey your sprint customer. You think your dog wants a line could you could your ipad use a second line like it was that level of like if you went into a sprint store, they were handed them out like gum. So this was not a Wells Fargo situation. They weren't they were telling you, and in general, it was a line, you might want, like, maybe for a kid or for a secondary device, but it wasn't a line, you were going to purchase. So when T mobile says they've added a million postpaid customers. They're defining that as someone who. Signs up and joins and pays the money sprint was doing it in a sort of more nefarious way. And they came out and said, hey, look, we're spending a lot of money even their regular customer acquisition was heavily discounted. So there was no real path to success for sprint on its own. They probably could not afford the investment. I mean obviously there are owned by SoftBank. So technically the parent company could put in all the money they wanted to. But there was every chance that if this deal wasn't allowed that sprint was going to be sold at a fire sale and either team of who's going to buy a lot of the assets anyway. Or somebody like Comcast charter who had already passed on operating sprint as sprint would end up with just the customer base and the assets. So all sprint and T mobile really did. And this kind of shows that that object pie. The FCC chairman was probably leaning towards this merger anyway is all they did was committed to hitting ninety percent of the country. With five G within three years, which is something that they've talked about do. Doing anyway. That's kind of the logic of the merger is to be the first to have a real five G network all over the country and T mobile is banking on that because they have a television product, they want you to buy. So when you see shares of T mobile up around six seven percent today and shares of sprint up north of twenty five percent that doesn't strike you as unreasonable because you, you think yes, the approvals have to happen. But. It's all over. But, you know, the I mean obviously pay attention to make sure straight sprint shares. Don't go over the price that the deal is at which which does happen, sometimes, but I am very in favor of T mobile. I'm bullish on T mobile. Even if the deal get shot down, but what this does, and there is a bad history of mergers, in this space sprint Nextel is why sprint in this trial. God I forgot about boop. But I'm referencing for people who don't know, us to be able to on a Nextel phone have, like a walkie talkie feature. And it made like a ridiculously annoying noise. It worked very well in a factory, but others say, very, very popular in factories and construction sites. Yes, which is where I use them. So it was a good product for me. But in this case, you have a dynamic CEO and John Legere, and they have a plan. So whether the sprint brand goes away, they haven't told you that. But eventually, this is a company that has tremendous customer loyalty because they're straight with you. If you walk. Into a T mobile and layout, your problem. I had an issue, I wanted to upgrade my iphone and they no longer I was part of their old upgrade program, and they explained it to me, clearly, why had to pay more money than I thought I did. And they were very nice about it and I didn't leave angry. And that's very hard. There is no possibility. AT and. T. O Verizon can do that. Let's move onto the entertainment industry, and I suppose this ties in CBS has made an offer to buy stars from Lionsgate entertainment. I was saying, right. Before we started taping I had to take a moment. And think about what does stars bring to the table as a network other than movies that other people have made in the only thing I could come up with was American God's power the original series, so. What do you think of this deal because when I first saw this what went through my head was, oh, the landgrab continues, the we're all moving to streaming? And by we I'm referring to the broadcast networks. We're all moving to streaming. We're all looking to get as much content original content, as we can get our hands on. And if we have to pay maybe a little bit more for not as well known content we're going to do that. This is kind of like asking someone to the prom, and our before the prom. All the good dates are gone. This almost goes back to Disney buys Pixar, then Disney by Star Wars. Then Disney bars marvel then Comcast goes. Uh-huh. And buys DreamWorks, we, we were comparing this talking to saying that stars is sort of the Royal crown cola, the RC cola. And then we downgraded it to it's the polar soda of, of premium content channels. But this really is in my opinion. Desperation move 'cause so you're gonna pair this if you're CBS with it's very weak to show or maybe three show now that they've launched a twilight zone, CBS streaming service. Maybe they're going to pair that with some of the Viacom properties if they ever properly merged, which they're sort of controlled by the same people, and they talk about merging, but it hasn't quite happened. So like you're streaming package is going to be a couple of old people shows on CBS interactive stars, which has young streaming shows, but I don't know anybody who's intentionally buying stars to watch American gods. And then, like, what like reruns of the real world and, and maybe comedy central as an asset that will drive some subscriptions, but it feels like if I'm gonna pay for sort of a package. Disney is clearly building towards a Hulu Disney plus ESPN plus package. That's going to be more attractive. And then Comcast is going to be more attractive, and then probably Sony now that they're working with Microsoft is going to be able to put something together. And then maybe Happel, and then this CB it, it really seems to me like, buying a very low level asset for a lot of money. So I'm going to put in your rank ordering I'm gonna put this above apple just because we don't know what's coming with apple yet. They had the event earlier this year with Oprah Winfrey. Steven Spielberg, and they and I get all that at least with CBS you have some known quantities. I think the, the best version of this scenario for CBS is, if this goes through then three years from now they have enough data. I would argue actually even sooner maybe a year and a half, two years from now they have enough data from their streaming app to know what to invest in because the one thing you can say about the stars original content at least in terms of the dramas is, you're not seeing those types of dramas on TV. It really is a different category of trauma. It's, it's, it's edgier. I would argue in some ways, it's more create. Give it's the nineteen eighty-five HBO model where there's going to be gratuitous nudity for absolutely no reason in every episode. I mean it's possible, but just, just from a creative stamp, boy, it's, it's less predictable show like American gods. As far less predictable than a formulaic. I know they don't own law and order. But that's the one that pops D'amoto like a procedural where I know it's going to play out or NCIS I guess that's a CVS property. I feel like this only makes sense if they're going to continue acquiring but there's not much left out there. You start to get into buying one offs and buying shows rather them if this is part of a roll up strategy, and they need the subscriber base, and they come to you, and they say, hey, do you have stars? We're giving you CBS we're giving you because the Disney pricing looks pretty attractive. I may who live subscriber if they throw me Disney, plus, which I'm going to get any way it's going to have Star Wars shows and ESPN plus and it's only. An extra seven ninety nine or ninety nine I'm probably going to do that. CBS is streaming service is very inexpensive. It's four ninety nine a month. If all of a sudden, for nine ninety nine a month. I can get stars to maybe I mean, I, I had stars when I used to

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Netflix Fights to Keep Its Most Watched Shows

WSJ Tech News Briefing

06:21 min | 1 year ago

Netflix Fights to Keep Its Most Watched Shows

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Deloitte, a global leader in digital transformation helping clients apply. Technologies like cloud an AI to their unique business challenges Deloitte got com slash look again. This is tech news briefing. Im Tanya boost owes reporting from the newsroom in London. And for one streaming giant. Will it all come down to a TV show like the office because question does the prospect of not being able to watch the office or friends constantly disturb you to your core? You're definitely not alone. As Netflix fights to keep its most watched shows the journal makes the case for why it's about to have a recurring headache on its hands. That's after these tech headlines. Five G users can go out and buy a couple of expensive coffees for the time being to max because Reisen won't be charging that ten dollar monthly fee for now for as and turned on five service earlier this month in parts of Chicago and Minneapolis saying at the time that it would waive a ten dollar monthly fee for just three months. Analysts have since given mixed reviews of the service fast-forward to Verizon now hitting the pas button, it will waive the fee in markets where the service would launch next as well. As in cities where rollouts have begun Vries and plans to roll out five g service and parts of twenty additional cities, including Phoenix, Detroit and Providence Rhode Island by the end of the year. And the journal says one company may emerge as a billion dollar competitor to Airbnb Airbnb, of course, made strides against travel industry incumbents, but it is now facing its own competition from an emerging group of startups. One of them is saunder an operator. Of rentals markets place for travellers, and it's close to completing an investment round that would value the company at about one billion dollars like Airbnb saunder operates a platform for renting homes for short term. Stays unlike Airbnb saunder takes possession of leases and maintains the properties on its marketplace, including furnishing them the journal says investors, including some who missed out on the opportunity to invest in Airbnb. See a big chance for startups to challenge the incumbent hotel giants and Airbnb which itself is plotting an initial public offering will be one of the stock market's biggest tests the company's last private valuation was thirty one billion dollars coming up how net flicks fights to keep its most watched shows support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Deloitte, a global leader in digital transformation helping clients apply. Technologies like cloud an AI to their unique business challenges Deloitte, God com slash look again. Netflix says a growing problem on its hands three of its biggest programming suppliers. AT&_T's Warner media, Walt Disney and Comcast's and B C universal are entering the streaming world. And if that angry mob of friends rerun enthusiasts of earlier this year are any indication. The public's universal message to Netflix is clear don't touch my shows. The Wall Street Journal's a mold Sharma explains. This is a looming threat. I mean, Netflix says, you know, to be clear in a really strong position right now in the entertainment industry. They have nearly one hundred forty nine million subscribers of spending more than everybody, it seems on programming and they have all the momentum. But the fact is that the majority of time spent viewing on that flex is on old shows reruns most of which are made by rival studios, and those companies are are now all launching their own streaming services, and they're going to want some of that content back as it as. These contracts come up with NBC universal launching its own streaming service in twenty twenty net flicks. And the rest of the world may soon have to contemplate life without its number one show. The office at surprising to a lot of people to find out. The office is actually the most watched show on Netflix in terms of time spent it's number one the data shows that the is number one. But it's three percent of all viewing friends is number two. And, you know, the leader board of the top ten is dominated by these classic shows or just shows that are perhaps still on television like NCIS, but the old episodes are watched a lot on that flex you know, that that was one of the surprising findings of his data that we got our reporting for that previously mentioned growing video streaming space. It's about to get a lot more crowded and soon already net flicks is up against Amazon and Hulu in some others and streaming, but you're gonna see Disney enter the market with with a seven dollar a month service that they've already. Done talking about AT and T which owns Warner media. They're planning one that will be built around Warner Brothers and HBO content. They haven't talked about the pricing of it yet. And that should be coming later this year. And then Comcast which owns NBC universal is planning yet another service, which will house its content in that they've released also very few details, but they are they are the owners of the office. So they are the ones who NBC universal is already considering should we bring the office back. And what would that mean? Of course, they're paid a lot of money by net flicks for that show. So there are a lot of questions they'll have to answer. But those those are the the new players where that leaves shows like the office and our other dependencies that come in the form of TV reruns that's up to net flicks. The first test of this was when the friends deal came up Warner Brothers had licensed friends to net and last year that deal was coming up net. Flicks. What they did was they. They basically paid more money. They triple the amount of money. They were paying for friends to keep it for another year. And so it showed that Netflix is aware that these properties are valuable that they're going to probably identify those that they think are really important to their viewers and possibly pay much more to keep them in some cases, and share them and share them with these other Hollywood companies like AT and T and Comcast Disney that are launching these new services. So that was the first test, and we could see more of that more details. Head to wsJcom that does it for the technical briefing for the Wall Street Journal on tiny boost. Just thanks for listening.

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"ncis" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"ncis" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

"Yeah. This Smith corona drops, the L. That's right. And it's a capital, but not when it's lower case. So the murderer is Bruno how. But now right that was the J. But now they've had to. Advances in technology a ruining crime movies because there's so much now where? It's so great to match it up to a typewriter. If someone's gotta go hide the typewriter in a Marsh. Yeah. Now it all revolves around cell phone. Yeah. Exactly. The data from the cell tower was great golden age and we've lost. There was a golden age of really really right at the dawn of the internet and social media, and and use the computers there were crime TV shows and movies that did just did not understand how any of that work. And do these weird cracked dot com. That a whole article about these moments. There was one moment on NCIS where they're trying to like hack something. And then the guy's keyboard? Someone else gets on the keyboard with him like two guys you'll be. I swear to God. It was the weirdest. That's not how the internet worse. And then it was a great one. It was an episode of NCIS. I think it was episode of CSI were there someone again, I don't there was some kind of one of those weird second life chat rooms where you log on. And there's there's a there's an avatar that walks around and talks to different people. So they they know that the murder victim was doing this shadow with this other person in this world, so they create an avatar, and then they go into the world, and they walk up to the guy the other guys avatar and then he runs away. So they Shays him through the thing where anyone watches like, well, he would just wouldn't you just log off like run where the fuck is gonna go to it was. That's called some some people in their fifties. Exactly. That's. You know, we need this to involve the internet near like got it audit regatta. Shays we still. What are they call? Hey, kid. Get away we chase it the avatar leaves footprint. An impression doesn't really worse. We got what we need and we get to go home. Now, it's that Andy killer bit about the sitcoms and the eighties where the three year old sounded suspiciously. Like a fifty one year old comedy writer. What am I the Lindbergh baby? Well, you can tell you can. You can tell there was a time in the in the sixteen sixty TV's. Yes. And sixties.

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An Interview with 'Sopranos' Actor Matt Servitto

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

12:04 min | 1 year ago

An Interview with 'Sopranos' Actor Matt Servitto

"Next guest is a Juilliard trained actor his filmography includes billions homeland in Konic roles on both banshee and the sopranos also hitch and big fan you can currently find him as Satan on adult swim. He is the legendary and very talented Matt Sereno, Matt how are you today? Well, TGIF another week a living the dream. So starting happy hour hear and months hoping. None of my children will be screaming in the background. I am one of those rare actors that leads a very normal suburban American existence, and I hate yearly Ford. Mentally and financially physically. So so that's kind of what's happening year in just a find the with billions in their area season for right now, which has a great twist for my character. Just looking for the next project in between stuff on a crazy show. I do call you pretty faces go to hell over on a jolt swim where I play Satan. So we promote promoting season four of that right now. So I'm down in Atlanta next week doing that. But that's nice of getting a bit of a break. I'm very lucky to be talking to Satan on a Friday. And I wanted to say two things one happy belated birthday. Thank you. And so much into I tell you about I'm really I find adult swim very refreshing. Because I was I watch your show on adult swim. I've watched the Eric Andre show. Religiously when it was on, and it really gives an opportunity just to give these quirky funny. Great shows and opportunity to breathe and for people to really take in something new. Yup. I agree. I really got to be honest. I of discovered it by working on it. Because I am definitely not the demo for adults with an older male. I mean, it it's tends to skew sort of fifteen to twenty five crowd. But the ones I just once I was passed on the show. I started bench watching a lot of their shows. And I agree with you. I've found it like unlike any other kind of television, I watched in it's still I mean, even in this day and age of five hundred scripted shows in tons of new networks in new shows. It's still sort of stands alone in its absurdity in. It's it's kind of a reverence it does the shows on that show doing that network. Do not have to make sense in the traditional sense in one of the best things they do is leave us alone. I mean, it really is like a group of guys and gals just kind of making the comedy that they wanna make an people find it funny. Great if they don't okay, you don't have to watch it. It's really isn't sort of it is a rock and roll kind of network that I still I feel so lucky to be a part of because it's so different as somebody who's traffic in the procedural drama world for thirty years. You know to sort of be able to go over there once a year and just rip it up at improv and put all this makeup on and just do the most obscene absurd kind of storylines is just that the light of the light in a you know, we all get the chew the scenery in. Now the shows so successful now that we're starting to be able to get really good guest stars on the show. We've got George went from cheers on this year as the four horsemen of the apocalypse. John Amos, Jon Abel's from good times of Dustin diamond came onto play itself in hill to just awesome. I mean, so we were really starting to you know, spread our wings a little bit. And you know. You just never know who's gonna end up in hell with their every year in real life stays meeting. New people were thinking that person's definitely going to hell so we can get into the show. So yeah, we're having a blast over there. And for you as an actor must be good to get her. I'm not saying I mean, you play some of the same role similar roles, but you have your very diverse actor, but this is like way out there in for your own mental wellbeing as an actor must be good just to get out there and just go nuts with this part. Right. That's going to feel good for you. I call it acting sorte. It's sort of like a coach something you eat between courses, you know, to kind of clean the pallet. I feel like, you know, I get a chance to sort of white clean all the doctors lawyers cops and firemen that I've played in just your something. So extreme so that when I come back to the other stuff, I've kind of had a chance to really do something extreme something that it is demands a little bit more creatively. So yes, it invite. I'm super super lucky in the show. You know, got word we're going to keep going for a little while longer. You know, we with season four starts airing next third. So we're we're site for that. And this season's the best by far. And I was watching some of the rough cuts of the episode from. I love this show. I just loved getting to do it. And it just sort of fell into my lap about six or seven years ago on just a random audition that didn't even know what the show was new. I didn't know as I said anything about adult swim. But I just sort of did my own spin. And what I thought this Satan character would be in just to the producers fell in love with the ideas that I brought kind of almost like an aging. Metal heavy metal rocker like, gene. Gene Simmons died went to hell that's kind of fake news. Still still wear a cheesy gold jewellery, and he has like the kinda, you know, leather with metal studs cod piece. You know, his his tastes in culturally to lend themselves to kind of the metal culture. So it it's right. I mean, it really is very very different than than, you know, which great is it so under the radar that so many people who are fans my work from other shows when they discover this thing to like what the hell is how did you? I couldn't believe this was the same guy. The guy that I love overrun sopranos is doing this just crazy ass show trip. Watching it, you know, so. That was great about is that it's Nala getting thing else. It's so it's so far in left field that it's just so funny and quirky and great. I mean, that's that's what makes it great. You know? So I have to say you. You mentioned binge watching do you? I mean, you're very busy as an actor. I get that. Are there shows that you make it a point of to keep up with that? You're not in that you're not in. You know, might my June, tastes are very fickle. 'cause I really do. I will I in fact, always saying to people there are so many shows now that I literally run into friends that have won Emmys on television shows, and I'm back at Ling. Like, dude, I'm gonna see your show, and we altered let each other. I have never seen sopranos. I mean, they've had twenty years to watch the show, you know. And and I I sit there and go like, you know, the explosion. And I use that tubby the big bang of television that has happened where we've just got hundreds of really could show. Some let's say we've got fifty could shows we've got over one hundred you know, shows that are worth watching. I it's just incredible. And so it's hard to keep up as a setup got kids. I think is aged my my television sweet tooth now lends itself more towards real life stuff. Documentaries. I watch a lot. News. I'm definitely political animal. So I I divided a lot of the late night comedy as well as the political commentary shows, so you know, and sports God knows to way too much sports is on in the background of my life part. The soundtrack of my life is some baseball game playing in the background. So, you know, but these days by wifi speed, a we did homeland together, and she kinda left it after puppy season three or four. I came back to it. Once I was on the show I've done game of thrones by myself excited for the new season coming up this weekend. What else do I watch a lot of? But I mean, you know, other than that it's sort of like, you know, trying to think. The problem is I I've ended up on some really good shows. You know, so I watch although show. Her mom, and so I'm always sort of key in or if I'm not, you know, like when I got booked on NCIS New Orleans. I think it was season five I had to go back and watch for I didn't have to I wanted to because I wanted to know who all these characters were what the fabric of the show was what the relationships were. So, you know, a lot of times, you know, I don't want to show until yet. They give me a nod in all of a sudden on which was a luxury. We did not have when I first started in the business of you had not seen God, I don't know murder. She wrote a macgyver that wasn't in syndication. The really wasn't a way to catch up. Maybe at blockbuster if they had you know, like back seasons on DVD on cassette. What am I saying DVD on Kostanic? And at that time, they only had things like cheers. Or or, you know, these these bigger shows that were highly successful they'd have them on on VHS that you could cut a bench wa so, but the purity of finish watching, you know, for enacted like me is that you know, where? A lot of stuff that you used to do with just kinda I go off to blockbuster. And then eventually just go off into the ether. Now, my God, I'm getting a whole new generation of people binge-watching sopranos, then it's a blast. I mean, like the kids I kids, you know, college age kids that are coming up to be saying, oh my God. That's my parents favorite show. When I was a little kids wasn't allowed to watch it. And I just thought I was my parents show. I'll take a look at it only got me, and my friends we couldn't stop watching it like we were dictated. So that's just a blast. I mean, I love that that content wise nothing goes away. Nothing goes away. Anything you know, I I did one episode of Grey's anatomy. I can't tell you. How many sixteen year old girls have come up to me from an talking like eight years ago, you know, and and because that show is so popular in the binge world on Netflix sex in the city. Same thing. One episode playing carries boss, very important character. But again one episode I get recognized all the time. Like, oh my God. My daughter. Just pinch watched the whole, you know, all the sex in the city in. She was just pointing at you over there saying that guy was on Sexton's phasing. So we kind of creates this weird binge culture that that, you know, nothing sort of goes away rounding like, you know, like right now, my fans that know me from the soaps, they're not running so upsetting where at least as far as I know. So a lot of that work is is truly gonna you know, just stay. I would imagine buried until somebody unearths it in decide just start streaming twenty four seven all my children. But the fan that recognize me from those those early days of soaps are getting older and older and older because it's just not running anywhere. You know, I love that. A lot of the network shows how the second shelf life, especially if they're good, you know, with with including my own children. I mean, my daughter's built binge-watching full house friends, Grey's anatomy, like this is definitely that that the the rate age, she's she's about to be sixteen and they. So what's great with them as they're not forced to watch. What's on TV? They don't find what they like on TV. That's what's so crazy. We have five hundred scripted shows on television, and they can still go back and binge-watch five hundred others from the seventies eighties nineties, you know, audits. So that's what's craziest. If she doesn't find anything. She's looking for on TV Chagos digs up some Netflix show. You know, something something that's on. Netflix throwback in incredible incredible with occasion about binge-watching. But the the beauty is I don't feel the pressure anymore. It's all sitting there. You know? I said as as once my kids were off in college. I can catch up on everything.

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Writers' Guild Agrees to Six-Day Delay for Tightened Agency Rules

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:05 min | 1 year ago

Writers' Guild Agrees to Six-Day Delay for Tightened Agency Rules

"And by extension, the entertainment consuming public that is all the rest of us have avoided at least for now a disruption to our nevarez content consumption habit. We're talking to you about writers and their agents. There had been a Saturday night deadline for the members of the writers guild of America to fire their agents, amass that has been pushed back a week to Friday midnight. But the core issue still hold writers pay and who the agents are actually working for and as marketplace's Scott Tong reports, the very business model of modern Hollywood might be hanging in the balance a long time ago Hollywood writer. Had it simple. They got an agent who got him a deal on a movie or a show in the agent took ten percent. Well, that's changed. These days the beginning take the writers producers and actors package them together and sell the whole bundle in the agents. Get big paydays. Jesse stern has written for TV shows like NCIS and bull scary to believe that your agency might be set up in a way where they have a conflict of interest where their agents are not capable of being directly devoted to your interests above all else. The fifteen thousand member writers guild has voted to fire agents who won't end packaging, and that could deliver a blow to the biggest talent houses like William Morris endeavor and see a show biz historian and writer, Alex, Ben block, there's four or five really large agencies who control by far the most important talent. If the agencies refused to give up the lucrative packaging. These members would go to other ages the. Agency's argue that packaging is writers and producers leverage, and for now these agencies are negotiating with the writers guilds, but should midnight Friday come with no deal. The industry could turn up side down says Dominic pattern. He senior editor for deadline. Hollywood clearly the nuclear option is now on the table, and there can be a process in which you will see scripted television on cable screaming and network stop. So he says be ready for even more reality TV, if the writers exit or some are calling it rigs it,

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Real Life NCIS and Cold Case Detectives Solve a Florida Murder Mystery

AM Tampa Bay

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Real Life NCIS and Cold Case Detectives Solve a Florida Murder Mystery

"There Seminole county. Detectives join forces with the real NCIS to solve a thirty five year old cold case murder back in August of nineteen Eighty-four, Pamela. Kahane's a twenty five year old navy recruit from Minnesota was found murdered in Sanford north of Orlando arrived here went through basic training. And then two days after graduating from basic training was found a deceased seminal sheriff Dennis Lena says DNA technology improvements help from the military and forensic genealogy led them to Jacksonville, man. Thomas garner. Who's now fifty nine years old? He served in the navy at the same time is key Hanis. He's now jailed without

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"ncis" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"ncis" Discussed on CarCast

"All right. So Bill, I pre- she ate you calling in. I know you've got a busy schedule going on. You're literally onset right now. Filming new episodes of NCIS, Los Angeles, right? And you know, it couldn't be any more fulfilling. I just killed three guys. Everybody's would do that before lunch. Right. Sounds fantastic. Looking forward to it. We love your other episodes. And I like I like about you Bill your hustler. You're always on man. You're lost you like to work. Gotta be right, right. You liked to work. You You know, know? I. Well about that. I do support my car having know. That's right. Dodges coming out with the new car, obviously here. And I gotta start working for gotta start working for it. Quick update on your ride's because we might have very limited time with you. Anybody can hang on your door and say they need you any minute. So let's just get a quick update on what's what's been happening. We missed you. I think last week as well. You were you were travelling a pit is. You're traveling. I think headed to land or something like that. What's any any any updates on your rides? Oh, golly. Gee. Well, you know, thanks to you and the expel guys this week expel we'll be picking my Red Eye up the dodge around, and you know, doing a little bit of clearer bra protection with the ceramic coat on top of it and a little tense action. Have attempted save your skin and not not just there for your looks. But you know, I'm gonna try their product out. And I'm seeing and her great thing about it. We had him on the show, and he sold me on it. And let's see what we can do. What's have some broad? Yeah. So we we like those guys were very interesting. So how much are you covering are doing all of the car? I'm covering the entire car. So and they recommended us their main product, which is a high gloss all the painted surfaces. Glossies the the hold on here triple nickel paint. But then they have a satin bra. Wrap like a clear bra sat in on the on the flat black hood and roof and trunk right? Yeah. And you know, what it doesn't do anything? But essentially, the look, and I suggest anyone everyone out. There was that type of paint on their car do yourself. Some some some good and take your elbow grease out of it and rapid damn thing. Yeah. And it'd be a lot easier to take care of plus protected. A protective covering I mean, it's it's it's kind of a no brainer. I haven't had these kind of panels before I have dealt with the fingerprints and all that kind of stuff on them. Now, I'm seeing the advantage to. Because if they paying India. Yeah, I can't wait to check it out. It's going to be it's gonna look it's gonna look awesome. And like we were saying with those guys that technologies already come a long way that it's really tough to notice a rap like a good quality. Clear bra. Yeah. You know, it's tough to notice it now 'cause they polish up really pretty nicely now, and my so awesome. And so that's that's going to be good. Let's see what else we got. We got a lot of our buddies hell, Ian, or awesome and help the pick up my sixty nine plays or who's been the little of desert's last three years, basically. Yeah. And it is sitting at the house in front of a garage with the three fifty sitting in the trunk. So it's it's in need of any complete restaurant isn't so we'll be figuring out where the wind that thing will be taking off and saying we may be getting the. The skinny tire car back from from mooresville here soon, I am maybe going different route as opposed to the health motor with. I don't know if they got in their controller yet. I think I'm gonna give believes Italian a phone call and see if they to twin. Turbo this some that have fun because why not I mean, twin turbo the hell cat. Yeah. I always thought it lacked power. And before I forget, I did do NCIS doing today and the rest of the week, and we all know through these conversations usually commute. Yeah. I had an absolutely death defying drives this morning on the rain with like semi drag radio on the back of my of charges..

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The biggest tech conference has some of the same old problems with women

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

05:36 min | 1 year ago

The biggest tech conference has some of the same old problems with women

"The. The biggest conference in the world has some of the same old problems with women from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Molly would. Today is the last day of the huge Las Vegas tech conference CAS, and it's ending on a mixed note when it comes to gender diversity in the tech industry on the one hand, the consumer Technology Association, which puts on CAS announce a ten million dollar fund at the show to support women and minority tech bound IRS on the other hand the gave an innovation award to a company that makes a robotic vibrator for women, but then before the show even started took the award away and banned the company from the conference, but sex TEK like augmented reality porn did show up on the floor. NCIS still has no explicit ban on what are commonly called booth babes models in skimpy clothes hired to draw attention to company at the event. Let's dig into this in quality assurance the segment where we take a deeper look at a big tech story. Heather Kelly is tech reporter at CNN who was also at the ES. She said progress is just slow like last year. They had a ton of criticism for the all male. Lineup and they did something they went, and they got some like big amazing women to be speakers. And they've tried to cut down on booth. Babes before the rules are a little fuzzy. And I feel like there's been a decline, but yeah, the sex toy issue. It was just them digging themselves deeper and deeper, and they didn't just take back this award. They gave them they also wouldn't let them exhibit at the show anymore. And it created a much bigger problem than just quietly letting be out there might have done. What responsibility. Do you think big conferences like this have to set the tone? I mean, they have a huge responsibility. And it's not just to say, hey, we have rules for the kind of exhibit. You're gonna have and whether or not booth babes, but also codes of conduct for the people there to help women in case, you know, there's Rasmus how do the report it and a believe does have a code of conduct. Now, they didn't always. But you know, I don't know how much any of these things are enforced. I will say one thing about the booth babes. I not. This year. There were also a lot of booth broS. They're like, I don't know if people are being ironic, or what that they had, you know, like young men dressed up in outfits. A lot of them were at the fitness startups. But there's an event called com, which is football teams, and they always have these cheerleaders and this year they had guys in football outfits handing out footballs. I wouldn't really call that a move in the right direction. But is an interesting shift for sure, but yeah, I think I think. Itself. Still have a lot to do to to come in and help women feel more safe and accepted at the conference. How important is this? If you're gonna show case for female CEOs in tech companies how important is it for a conference like this to say future female CEOs? We want you to feel comfortable everywhere you go at our meant. I mean, and it's also like we wanna help you become CEO's so much networking goes down at CS people go there, and they get jobs, and if women don't even feel comfortable early parts of their career, these places it's gonna make it difficult to move up and be the next CEO of IBM. It's huge. It's the largest technology show in the world. It's one hundred eighty thousand. I believe attendees, they have a big responsibility to a pretty big and growing industry. Heather Kelly is tech reporter at CNN. We asked to see TA for comment. It's linked to its code of conduct which says it prohibits overtly sexual tire and the said, the sex toy just didn't fit into any of its existing tech categories. And now for some related links. I you could find a link to that's ES code of conduct on our website along with a blog post by me about my experience on the show floor this year, the code of conduct only says that it prohibits quote overtly sexual tire, but it has no further details for comparison. You'll also find a link to a story from twenty fifteen about when RSA which puts on the world's biggest security conference became the first big tech conference to ban booth babes from its event, it explicitly outlines the kind of clothes and behavior it's talking about. And I think you will see the difference immediately. I also included a linked to a maximum article on the hottest booth babes of CAS 2017, where the magazine notes that trade show models may be controversial, but they haven't gone away. And maxim says it's glad about that. And look I know that sex is part of the tech industry, and I am all for sex pavilion at ES. Where all the tack is welcome. But I can tell you that. I personally don't wanna show up at a global celebration of technology and feel like it's simply not for me. I don't wanna see men in the north hall at a booth showing off a giant party yacht. Jostling to try to get their picture taken with two women in skin tight ballgowns that barely cover anything who frankly, look miserable. And here another woman next to me, say those poor girls and then walk away in disgust. And then realize there are hardly any other women around us and think I just wanna go home. Now, that's not what an industry. That's welcome to everyone looks like this was my eighteenth CS, and I feel like it should be better by now. I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace tech. This is.

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"ncis" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"ncis" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

"On like, an NCIS or something or maybe in the new gut zilla. Whether it's going to be a lot of medical problems are there. Well, I think in the extras get killed. Yeah. But that's I got a maybe I got a creek you hear usually in monster, movies and stuff when people get killed the movies. Don't spend a lot of time dealing with the nature of their injuries. Yeah. This is usually like you stopped or were you not stop? This is a remake. I. Yeah. This is a remaking their their modern or medical Trump. Yeah. Exactly. You don't see much of the monster zeal out of the trauma ward. Yeah. Mostly see like, I've drips. Yeah. Say have you learned anything from this experience? Besides what's in the new gods moving? No, I'm I'm not even going to bother with a with a new doctor. You know, what I wanted was. I wanted like you might be too young to remember this. But there was a television show called Marcus Welby MD it starred rubber young. I'm not too young to remember it. I'm too young to have watched it. I thought of it as that show about the old doctor that was boring that nobody watched. Yeah. No. That's not what it was. It was a beloved and every patient that he saw like he would diagnose something, and then he would become involved in their life for that week. Right. They give you the impression that was longer than a week. They gave him pressure that he was. That's what I want. I wanted to doctor that would that would care about me like a family, doc, right? When she realized I didn't have anybody to sift. My litterbox would say, you know, what let me I'm coming over. I don't even think Marcus Welby would have sifted litter boxes for patient. Well, I think he did. Okay. You you you don't. As I said, I never watched the show. Lot of stuff went on during the commercial that the viewer didn't see. Okay. But I think during the commercials he was. Yeah. You know, there was involving I wanted involvement I wanted medical involvement, and you know, what there is buried in their genuine point about what's going on in the medical world today because the family doctor is more or less unless you're way out in the country a thing at the past. Yeah. That's what you gotta go to your vet. All right, actually, want to other topics. Do you wanna see my shoe? I just had to put on. That looks painful. Yeah. It did it hurt a bit. But the hardest thing was just balancing on one foot for. Yeah. Then when she asked you how old your before you put on the what did she say? What do you do you say? Yeah. Yeah. That is what that's the kind of thing you tune in for listeners the sight gags on the podcast. Wonder that we're not more hold on. I'm not done. Go up to fifty eight Luke older than most horses. So you're you can't better them how long do horses. I don't know. Like, they if only we knew if only we had like a like, a producer on this show who has devoted most of her life to her daughter's horse habits and just knows too. But we haven't introduced yes. But anybody anybody is in the room how long the horses live. Jess in captivity thirty years. Isn't that weird? They can be over fifty eight as possible just extremely rare. But yes. Can can old horses stop out their name or do? They just kind of lose count. I would think that if I was a horse. That's kind of the ability that you at twelve you're just like, oh what the fuck. Yeah. It takes a lot more carrots to bribe them when they get older. Yeah. I, you know, my manager binding burns. I don't think she's ever had fifty. Well, that's the way Bonnie takes care of her courses. Yeah. Her horses get eating disorders and pass away fairly early on. I think. Yeah. Yeah. Teaching on like learning how to parallel park a horse, which is weird..

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"ncis" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"ncis" Discussed on Nobody Listens to Paula Poundstone

"On like, an NCIS or something or maybe in the new gut zilla. Whether it's going to be a lot of medical problems are there. Well, I think in the extras get killed. Yeah. But that's I got a maybe I got a creek you hear usually in monster, movies and stuff when people get killed the movies. Don't spend a lot of time dealing with the nature of their injuries. Yeah. This is usually like you stopped or were you not stop? This is a remake. I. Yeah. This is a remaking their their modern or medical Trump. Yeah. Exactly. You don't see much of the monster zeal out of the trauma ward. Yeah. Mostly see like, I've drips. Yeah. Say have you learned anything from this experience? Besides what's in the new gods moving? No, I'm I'm not even going to bother with a with a new doctor. You know, what I wanted was. I wanted like you might be too young to remember this. But there was a television show called Marcus Welby MD it starred rubber young. I'm not too young to remember it. I'm too young to have watched it. I thought of it as that show about the old doctor that was boring that nobody watched. Yeah. No. That's not what it was. It was a beloved and every patient that he saw like he would diagnose something, and then he would become involved in their life for that week. Right. They give you the impression that was longer than a week. They gave him pressure that he was. That's what I want. I wanted to doctor that would that would care about me like a family, doc, right? When she realized I didn't have anybody to sift. My litterbox would say, you know, what let me I'm coming over. I don't even think Marcus Welby would have sifted litter boxes for patient. Well, I think he did. Okay. You you you don't. As I said, I never watched the show. Lot of stuff went on during the commercial that the viewer didn't see. Okay. But I think during the commercials he was. Yeah. You know, there was involving I wanted involvement I wanted medical involvement, and you know, what there is buried in their genuine point about what's going on in the medical world today because the family doctor is more or less unless you're way out in the country a thing at the past. Yeah. That's what you gotta go to your vet. All right, actually, want to other topics. Do you wanna see my shoe? I just had to put on. That looks painful. Yeah. It did it hurt a bit. But the hardest thing was just balancing on one foot for. Yeah. Then when she asked you how old your before you put on the what did she say? What do you do you say? Yeah. Yeah. That is what that's the kind of thing you tune in for listeners the sight gags on the podcast. Wonder that we're not more hold on. I'm not done. Go up to fifty eight Luke older than most horses. So you're you can't better them how long do horses. I don't know. Like, they if only we knew if only we had like a like, a producer on this show who has devoted most of her life to her daughter's horse habits and just knows too. But we haven't introduced yes. But anybody anybody is in the room how long the horses live. Jess in captivity thirty years. Isn't that weird? They can be over fifty eight as possible just extremely rare. But yes. Can can old horses stop out their name or do? They just kind of lose count. I would think that if I was a horse. That's kind of the ability that you at twelve you're just like, oh what the fuck. Yeah. It takes a lot more carrots to bribe them when they get older. Yeah. I, you know, my manager binding burns. I don't think she's ever had fifty. Well, that's the way Bonnie takes care of her courses. Yeah. Her horses get eating disorders and pass away fairly early on. I think. Yeah. Yeah. Teaching on like learning how to parallel park a horse, which is weird..

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Goodbye, 2018  a year of data and privacy scandals

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

04:21 min | 1 year ago

Goodbye, 2018 a year of data and privacy scandals

"This. Marketplace podcast is brought to you by Kabo this holiday season. Give your loved ones the gift of stress free TV with control center by Kabo the easy way to control everything connected to your TV with just one remote control center is available at C A V, O dot com and best buy control center by capo one remote that does it all. The year that was in business and technology from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm Molly would. It is New Year's Eve. And that means we made it friends to the end of twenty eighteen which was by any account, a huge year in the world of business and technology. I mean, fortnight alone, right? There were also huge data and privacy scandals. Amazon search for headquarters movie pass came and went this week. We're going to be looking back at the year. That was an ahead to the stories that will be big in two thousand nineteen in tech policy NCIS which starts next week today. A look back with Tom Merritt, host of the daily tech news show. We both agreed on one thing Europe dropped the mic on tech and privacy with its big new law. The general data protection regulation or GDP are well, it looms over everything because every company that does business in Europe has to comply with it every company that is big in the United States does business in Europe and complying with it usually has knock on affects to the way. It handles privacy. And other markets. A lot of times companies are saying, well, we'll change our practice in Europe. But will also just change it everywhere else for simplification. The DP are got a good at it in a sense because it coincided I think with what I thought was sort of the biggest trend of the past year, which was this sort of collective awareness of the business model of the internet as exemplified by Facebook and Cambridge Analytica. There's the bargain we thought we were making which was giving some data in exchange for free services. And then I think there was this realization that oh, wow. We thought we gave our data to once. I turned out. We gave it to everyone. And it turned out they printed money off of it. Do you agree? Do you think that case to change it a lot for how we think about privacy? Yeah. No it up -solutely. Did you're absolutely right. I I find the case odd. But as most things are it's not the best example of this. A lot of the people reporting on it were shocked shocked to find that this kind of practice is going. Right. It wasn't new it hadn't not been reported on. And this actually wasn't the most aggressive example we've ever seen, but because of the nexus of events regarding attitudes towards Facebook and attitudes towards politics, it blew up and became the poster story for this issue. Yeah. All right. Well, so what do you think though? I mean, this wasn't the only thing that it was actually quite a momentous year. You could argue in tech avent's what what's a big one for you. You know, I think the other thing we're seeing trend wise this year is the eruption of streaming video as a battleground for companies who want to be in it before it really does overtake cable the writings on the wall. Everyone knows that streaming videos overtaking traditional cable service and everyone's getting into position the biggest example of that is Disney fighting off Comcast to buy a large majority of FOX in order to get a back catalog of television from FX FX x. And FOX studios to put in streaming services. But also it looks like they're going to get full control of Hulu after that. So Disney will be in good position to continue to compete with Netflixing prime video after that acquisition. Tom Merritt is host of the daily tech new show tomorrow, we'll talk with futurist Amy Webb about her predictions for the near future of tech. Happy new year everyone. I'm Ali would. And that's marketplace tech. This is a PM December thirty first is coming up fast. And that means time is running out to support marketplace and make your gift go twice as far donate today. A marketplace dot org to invest in news, you value and trust and your contribution in any amount will be matched dollar for dollar by our friends at can Dida. Thanks for believing in what we do.

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De La Salle tops 2018 Chronicle Top 25 football rankings

San Francisco Chronicle Sports - Spoken Edition

05:14 min | 1 year ago

De La Salle tops 2018 Chronicle Top 25 football rankings

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Daily Sal tops two thousand eighteen chronicle top twenty five football rankings. Final two thousand eighteen chronicle. Top twenty five football rankings are KTM rec L W comment. One day LaSalle twelve to one one twenty seventh street NCIS title, just short at state to liberty thirteen one to know NCIS title, but state one champs three Menlo Atherton thirteen to eleven CCS d one and state three AA champions four Wilcox four one six state three eight chaps most wins and bay area five valley. Christian eleven to three seven C C S D two champions overachieved six Saint Francis. Eleven three three w Cal. Champs two tough losses to finish seven Clayton valley. Nine two four hung with liberty for a half. Eight Pittsburgh seven four five win healthy. Probably second best team nine Bishop O'Dowd eleven to nine NCIS division. Two champions ten cardinal Newman. Eleven one eight flip of Cohen, ends brilliant season eleven Palo Alto tend to ten one of bay. Area's most improved teams twelve mclennan's twelve to twenty elite company with third straight state title thirteen SR valley nine four twenty two NCIS D one title was programs third overall, fourteen Rancho Kotite eleven to two eleven untimely injury to QB Jared Stocker fifteen Campo Lindo there. Eighteen three nineteen thirty two TD passes from junior grant Harper sixteen freedom nine four eighteen loss. Twenty eight to twenty one two s RV an NCIS finals seventeen Merrin Catholic. Ten four and are one of Mazi moyenne ads. Best coaching jobs. Eighteen Sarah seven five thirteen dream two thousand seventeen season too hard to match nineteen Antioch. Seven four fourteen. Lost big lead in NCIS D one upset loss twenty less Lomas, twelve to one fifteen scored five hundred eighty six points, but none in NCIS semis. Twenty-one? Monte vista seven four sixteen grade season, but B to be losses to s RV twenty two California. Eight four seventeen thirty five to thirty four season ending loss to freedom. Twenty-three Sacred Heart prep eleven to twenty three v c o t win costs. SHP nor Cal bid twenty four Lincoln SF thirteen o twenty-five SF s and CIF state six eight champs twenty-five Burlingame eleven to two n r c c s d for champs won ten straight to finish five bay area. Football teams claimed CIF champion Saturday the most in the region's history. One of those teams was not day LaSalle, which for the twenty seventh street season claimed the top spot in the chronicles top twenty five final rankings daily, Sal ranked eighth nationally going in dropped thirty five to twenty one open division game to top ranked mater dei Santa Ana on December eighth. The rest of the state championships were delayed a week later because of northern California Air quality issues from the campfire viewed county in the first rankings by the chronicle since the end of the regular season. State champions mclennan's for a and Menlo Atherton three AA and north coast section d one champion San Ramon valley, moved up the most San Ramon valley moved from number twenty two to thirteen MC Clemens twenty to twelve an M a from eleven to three m won five straight games from the end of the regular season, including a thirty three to twenty eight central coast section division one comeback win over number four Wilcock Santa Clara, fourteen one which one St. three eight championship despite a forty two seven loss today, less Al and the NCIS open division championship. Liberty maintained a firm. Hold on. The number two ranking with a state won a championship. The regions fifty champion Lincoln not only romps to fifty three zero win over mission in the San Francisco section championship. But took the state six eight title with a twenty four to thirteen win over orange Glen Escondido at C C SF the Mustangs, finish thirteen. Oh. And moved up one. Spot to number twenty four in the final rankings.

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"ncis" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"ncis" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Threatened. New. We have to keep looking. Go back out there. So much. NCIS me everybody. Your best bet is distinct. Doors and windows weather, brace will go find. Something. A little creepy. I think. About having a moral watchmen. At this time.

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Miramontes retired basketball coach Tom Blackwood was larger than life

San Francisco Chronicle Sports - Spoken Edition

05:06 min | 1 year ago

Miramontes retired basketball coach Tom Blackwood was larger than life

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. The San Francisco symphony proudly presents a new season of feature films with live orchestra featuring Jurassic Park law land, Mary Poppins and more. Visit SF symphony dot org slash film for details and information. Miramonte as retired basketball. Coach Tom Blackwood was larger than life about thirty. Former Miramonte tame male basketball players ages thirty to fifty showed up for open gym at their alma mater, intervene data on Friday night. They weren't there to play Hines or relive glory days. Instead, they ran the Olympic drill three men weaves, and the famed Mira Monte muscle layup line after two hours the last thing, these professional sorts with impressive degrees and young families. Did was gathering a circle, but their hands together up high and in unison bellowed one two three together. It was just like they did as high school players every day after school after each practice each time out each game for their team for their school for each other for their coach Tom Blackwood coach thirty eight varsity seasons. Nineteen sixty five to two thousand three and racked up six league titles. A north coast section crown in nineteen ninety eight and six. Hundred thirty eight victories, the six most in state history at the time of his retirement. He was a fiery passionate and personal sort who wore his heart on his sweat suit. Adored his players in the game and worked relentlessly and meticulously at his craft last month. Blackwood died from complications from pneumonia following Panama Canal, spring cruise one of the bay area's most respected basketball coaches was eighty one. The public is invited to pay respects at Blackwood from two to six PM Sunday in a celebration for life at the Claremont hotel on Friday, his former players celebrated their coach and mentor at his second home, the hardwood. It wasn't the prettiest basketball. But we were all there together to honor him said blackwoods oldest son Justin a two time all league player. Most of the guys have very busy lives. So to be their mental lot coach Blackwood meant so much to Chris Kunar, a nineteen Eighty-six all northern California forward who is now a lawyer in Oakland. He loved being a coach it was what he was born to do Kunar said. He was the best in game. Coach I was ever part of he constantly outcoached. Other teams we always exceeded our limitations because of him his team invariably prepared just in Blackwood often would join his dad's scouting teams even against opponents. The matadors were supposed to beat handily. He always respected his opponent. And always had us prepared. Justin said it was a labor of love. He always told me how much he loved going to work just inside. It wasn't just an act he genuinely loved to coach and teach. He never went through the motions Blackwood was born and raised in San Francisco, but moved to other ten he was the three sport star at Menlo Atherton and inducted into the school's hall of fame as an athlete. He was also inducted into Miramonte as I hall of fame class two years ago. Besides his big personality. It was the little things that made him. So successful Kunar said like filling out longhand every scoresheet every game. He total up our averages. And we know exactly where we stood. He did bring on Doug sense to be a score. Keeper in the early. Nineteen seventies sends a former aquatic athlete at Miramonte new little about basketball for the first couple of years. He wouldn't let me right in the names in the books and said after three years, he finally let me I knew I had finally made it in the eyes of Tom Blackwood. The two were inseparable over the next thirty years. Tom was larger than life sent said he was everything you wanted in a coach he cared about all his players as individuals far away from the court. That's a big reason why he got the best out of kids as athletes he genuinely cared not just for his team either. He worked with kids from all over that was backed by coaches throughout the bay area. He was the class guy who always had kind word or was willing to help said NCIS assistant Commissioner Pat creek shank who coached at San Leandro, inheritance, Brentwood, said former Half Moon bay and reorder head coach rich fours, lend always gracious retirement at I was tough Blackwood was seen. Almost every big game around the bay area. But ultimately left that circle to travel the world with girlfriend, Jerry Owings the last decade of his life. They were reunited at his fiftieth. Menlo Atherton class reunion. He lived life to the fullest Kunar said he lived the life we dreamed. He was the spice of life, max prep, senior writer Mitch Stevens covers high school sports for the San Francisco Chronicle. The San Francisco symphony proudly presents a new season of feature films with live orchestra featuring Jurassic Park law land, Mary Poppins and more. Visit SF symphony dot org slash film for details and information.

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"ncis" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"ncis" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Our broadcast. I'll tell you that. But also makes you realize in the big picture. We're not that significant. He did a great job. Really did a good job or go. Take short break. We got a lot of stuff we have to get to penguins and pick and golf, and then we're going to get right to the top of the hour. Walk the line with Ted are no. And that'll be just in about twenty minutes from now, we're rivers casino on the north shore of Fitchburg before the Steelers right now a three point favorite taking on the Atlanta Falcons. Good morning. Pittsburgh where we live great town where we work and the town we cover better than anyone else. Paul Rasmussen rose Ryan Douglas to know what's going on in turn to the award winning News Radio ten twenty Katie k CBS tonight after new sixteen minutes, kind of friend requests from God a few days ago, someone calling themselves. God started sending me random friends suggestions, turn his world upside down, I don't believe in coincidences. Gotta cowardice mysterious ways. Neutral gone friend me man on a new NCIS, Los Angeles. Twelve million diamonds were stolen, doesn't it? He's a Suplicy with a secret weapon next ballistic armor too much for the team. We got this new NCIS Los Angeles than the season premiere of Madam secretary. It's good to be back. We'll shatter the ceiling run for president whole world watching, you know pressure. Madam secretary season premier after the new drama, God friend of me and a new NCIS Los Angeles CBS.

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"ncis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"ncis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Get tired of hearing that ncis cbs tuesday or stream it live or on demand cbs tuesday in new orleans the part never stops on the same page there i'll drink to that in the agents of ncis new orleans let's do never quit i'm just following the evidence we are working to all these into place it's the people helped me protect our city i liked the attitude ncis new orleans cbs tuesday or stream it live or on demand to eighty two thousand only cbs wednesday it's the amazing race championship season the best of the best in driving i at one apples 500 in 2016 bless keep cool i'm a sixteen year me in two thousand eleven pm easy were will jovian combative years these teams had more will face off for the most amazing race ever for everybody don't miss the unforgettable 30th season of the amazing cbs wednesday or stream it live or on demand cbs thursday meat from the brains behind the big bang theory you understand that some people are going to be intimidated by you because of how smart you will or naming a recognized by incorrect can make me very their annual children coopers highschool lent the language you're in the school if you can grant and people out there breaking the dress codes i saw one boy with a teeshirt that said that's terrible young silva thursday only cbs cbs monday to new changed via the fireworks about to start it's the brainiacs remember when you call me a nerd before you ready to apologize for is the media three smart with me were schwarte with everybody the only big better than a genius or you people where the guys if pick less than gym class visit team of that we are men of continue to see what would you do freak the heck out scorpion together we can do things that no one else can give cbs monday or stream it live or on demand hi this is gerald annual and you are on your way home.

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"ncis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"ncis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

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"ncis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"ncis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"And when they get together to this is a pity job henny we just felt sorry for years you never know what might happen could it be like the champion than i am kevin james and leo remedy of do it for me do it for you do that everybody is jeweler already jet enjoy cbs monday or stream it live or on demand cbs monday and thursday well god tv's number one comedy the big bang theory brings you scientific breakthrough snow mediumsize asteroid is still an interesting discovery i suppose it could end up on a collision course with earth and destroy life as we know it is inventions really good cook deadly easy beethoven of my in fascinated faster reaction have a gigantic and annoying reaction listen i thought you couldn't get me harbor big bang theory cbs monday and thursday cbs tuesday in new orleans the party never stops on the same page there i'll drink to that end the agents of ncis new orleans let's do never quit i'm just following the evidence we are working all these into place it's the people helped me protect our city i liked the attitude ncis new orleans cbs tuesday or stream it live or on demand cbs thursday then great britain is the word is out about life in pieces you told guests well because he told it's the place to be for labs i'm very tired really helps me this is beard seventy and there's no denying it you care about the earth free and not willing to give up give vacation for accurate i never said a cared about the earth make sure you don't miss a moment or a warning from pieces cbs thursday or stream it live or on demand visit the sound room today did you cbs tuesday what are we know ncis whose more than a team here to share very smart i am that go ahead.

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"ncis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"ncis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Ncis cbs tuesday or stream it live or on demand for cbs sunday at one shot at this guy was still this agency ncis los angeles naval criminal investigative service no they are michigan we've got one onto fine we need to go into cover known here in the northern capable of running out of time no no limits gone off book for this went off there is no book for this don't miss ncis los angeles cbs sunday or stream it live or on demand cbs wednesday in the fight against terror we have an opportunity to snatch a high level i still commander this might be early show the us navy seals or our greatest weapon when we face the worst net nice out there we send in august david before yemen stores he can run but she can his team wednesday only cbs cbs sunday to find his daughter's killer it is a one year anniversary of my daughter me murder one man created a revolutionary new technology people can submit evidence realtime crowd sourced pride solving that will change the world the cops can only do so much but clough views include emi and golden globe winner germany piven and richard jones leading all this is work it i know where to work wisdom of the crowning sunday only cbs an aide said adding ties the kids k as guys with kids pau at eight dead intending ties to kids still hey you're todd twoday were on aid said setting cars.

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"ncis" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"ncis" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Tired of hearing that ncis cbs tuesday or stream it live or on demand wbz news time 406 a tofu manufacturer has settled with the state over that bad smell coming from its air facility it's a story we first brought you neighbors have been making a stink for months about it and now the department of environmental protection says nissho soya will pay a twenty seven thousand three hundred sixty dollar penalty and upgrade its pollutioncontrol equipment apparently that's going to get rid of that odor and there will be a third party odor response team who knew this includes a hotline number if the bad aroma returns were we're going to check the closing numbers on wall street and they weren't stinky that's now wrestling broadcaster chief springing conversations most of globalisation wrestling antioxidant exports we talk about women disabled except conversations with two you subscribe the american red cross urgently needs blood and platelet donations and asks donors to schedule an appointment to give now every two seconds someone in the united states meets blood your blood donation is critical and can help save lives please schedule an appointment today download the blood donor visit redcrossbloodorg or call one eight hundred.

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"ncis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"ncis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"A moment or for one life in pieces cbs thursday or stream it live or on demand cbs tuesday in new orleans the party never stops on the safe aids there i'll drink to that end the agents of ncis new orleans let's do never quit i'm just following the evidence we are working to all vision to place it's the pete helping protect our city i liked the attitude is yes new orleans cbs tuesday or stream it live or on demand for radiocom presents radio zagreb is all about videogame all the latest news coverage to the joint pain yet the two leaders scheme coverage ounce able discussion latest from xbox playstation exclusive concert bill interviewed vr and more freely you don't want to miss this neil radio or wherever are you listening to podcasts cbs monday to know team scorpion let me start it's the brainiacs when you call me a nerd before you ready to college is the mini smart with me were short with everybody the only thing better than a genius or you people where they guys you've picked less than gym class is a team of this man of continue you do break the heck out scorpion together we can do.

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"ncis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"ncis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Though failing to these most watched drama never get tired of hearing that ncis cbs tuesday or stream it live or on demand star stop craziness sure i yes on the recharge scorpio being the underdogs it always badges he ready to work chard yet which why such areas that they opportunities coming your way keep your eyes open to make the first move of you have to jeff regards to get back in touch with your beliefs and values because someone may challenge them aquarius taking a risk proceed with care and be ready for the consequences and place he's if you're thinking about someone new don't rush you a check out your options verse jars philps are coming up soon cbs wednesday on criminal some drives to drastic kituku she wasn't targeted she was a witness who had to be silenced you have the glick one he needs easy targets he sticks to his hatter the usually kills in twos ready to deliver profer dare to go in the ruins his prayers we get into the mind of the killer cbs wednesday or stream it live or on demand why are more and more people starting your day with cbs this morning more.

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"ncis" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"ncis" Discussed on WINS 1010

"Sunday morning on cbs the morning jiang paul lane the you've never seen anything like it and reach for this time this is pretty fun look for a telescope at gold experienced thought provoking inundated regional reporting because there was only something new under the sun on cbs sunday morning cbs sunday to fund his daughter's killer it is a one year anniversary of my daughter me is murder one man created a revolutionary new technology people can submit evidence realtime crowd sourced pride solving that will change the world the cops so what it was the clue emmy and golden globe winner germany and richard jones of on work i know where to work with him up the crowded premiums sunday only cbs i'm cbs sunday at one shot at this guy was students the agency ncis los angeles criminal investigative samples and no the of michigan onto fine we need to go into combat no the you know what they're capable of running editor no no limits on book for this one there is no book for this deal maize ncis los angeles sunday or stream it live or on demand every evening on the cbs evening news radio new what i say is what i mean oh the phones in washington where top cutting back on medicaid is this the extremely bitter thriving is looking wildfire real news every evening almost cbs evening news cbs friday put your trust in that guy ever one part of the genius splitting the war molecule oxygenhydrogen you know all that wash lot of youtube videos one part hero if anybody can figure said arzamas by one hundred percent unstoppable things go wrong he's the island untested thinker things out i will you cbs friday or.

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