19 Burst results for "Netflixing Lakes"

"netflixing lakes" Discussed on Is It Transphobic Podcast

Is It Transphobic Podcast

04:19 min | 5 months ago

"netflixing lakes" Discussed on Is It Transphobic Podcast

"Here to talk about big mouth. We're here to talk about big mouth. So, we're here to talk about some specific one specific episode, and then there's a couple of things leading into it season three episode eight, where they introduced a character named Ali who is voiced by one of my favorite Comedians of all time Allie Wong <hes>. And it gets really. But before we get into that, let me ask you. Lillian how'd you watched big mouth or you? A fan of big mouth? Is this a thing that you were just like all right? I'm psyched for this season. I I? Have I I really like like I almost didn't watch it. When it first came out, just because the Internet was so down on it and like just sort of treating it as like Oh. This is just gross gross out humor and stuff like that, but I inevitably did watch it and I really like it. It's like one of my favorite shows on Netflix lakes. So every time a new seasons come out I've always made sure to binge it, and yes, it does have a lot of gross out humor, but it's like it's not like you know Ren and stimpy, whereas just like Oh here's butts for its own sake or something like that. It's like in the service of something you know. Yeah League in this. Oh sorry. Continue almost all of my favorite comedians ever are in big mouth like eleven. Kroll I like John I didn't know that I. Like John Mullany until I saw this. I I especially love Jason Zukas, I love Jason Manzar can. And like the, there's like this weird movement on the Internet to just be like big is one of the worst things of all time, because and tying it back to ren and stimpy. The like lots of Internet disciples of John Kay. Who believe like you know animation beats should be strictly. You know by artists and story, board ESTS, and with no sort of. Slip I mean this is turning into an animation podcast now, but like with no sort of inkling of like scriptwriting or stuff like that and like big Ma, and if you look at big mouth like the artistic style is pretty ugly. Yeah but but I feel like that's on purpose to. Well, and I think that there's there's like every medium. There is a place for a lot of different things whether it's like the writing is so good that it makes up for the animation, which then they can hire great animators to make it better in the lions. I feel like Archer was like that at the beginning like the animation was Janke, but the writing was so good that held up. And now the animation is a lot better. If you see the newer episodes, yeah, like wow, yeah! I guess like with with big mouth me I didn't like it when I I watched it. At all I was put off by, and it's not necessarily the gross out. It was like the gross out for the reason of gross out was sort of like my like I'm good and I gave it another shot, and I'm happy, because I really did enjoy that for season once I finished I finished it. Yeah. I mean for as much as I. Liked it, I will you know cop to? It's not an easy show to get into yeah. But I think I think they do. Do a very not realistic by any means but like. A realistic humor of like sophomoric childish, but at the same time. Of elements that are very sophisticated and very adult, and very like you know what, yeah, we don't talk about <hes> ciswomen who go through puberty, really in a comedic sense right and so getting a lot of these voices is actually really good, and like the humor is very funny. Once you're able to sort of look past the fact that it's like Oh they're showing Dick's all the time. And it's like. I mean yeah, I mean it's funny. You mentioned that one of my favorite jokes in the series like <hes>. I forget what the ultimate context of it, but it's very Meta joke where <hes> Andrew just basically mentions. or or maybe it was like the hormone monster basically mentioned like. Sort of animated adult animation and Andrew Responds like, but that's Ju-, but that's basically just animated child pornography, isn't it? And the Hormone Masha goes. Oh I hope not that would get people in a lot of trouble, and he just looks at the camera like right.

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A Look at Big Mouth

Is It Transphobic Podcast

04:19 min | 5 months ago

A Look at Big Mouth

"Here to talk about big mouth. We're here to talk about big mouth. So, we're here to talk about some specific one specific episode, and then there's a couple of things leading into it season three episode eight, where they introduced a character named Ali who is voiced by one of my favorite Comedians of all time Allie Wong And it gets really. But before we get into that, let me ask you. Lillian how'd you watched big mouth or you? A fan of big mouth? Is this a thing that you were just like all right? I'm psyched for this season. I I? Have I I really like like I almost didn't watch it. When it first came out, just because the Internet was so down on it and like just sort of treating it as like Oh. This is just gross gross out humor and stuff like that, but I inevitably did watch it and I really like it. It's like one of my favorite shows on Netflix lakes. So every time a new seasons come out I've always made sure to binge it, and yes, it does have a lot of gross out humor, but it's like it's not like you know Ren and stimpy, whereas just like Oh here's butts for its own sake or something like that. It's like in the service of something you know. Yeah League in this. Oh sorry. Continue almost all of my favorite comedians ever are in big mouth like eleven. Kroll I like John I didn't know that I. Like John Mullany until I saw this. I I especially love Jason Zukas, I love Jason Manzar can. And like the, there's like this weird movement on the Internet to just be like big is one of the worst things of all time, because and tying it back to ren and stimpy. The like lots of Internet disciples of John Kay. Who believe like you know animation beats should be strictly. You know by artists and story, board ESTS, and with no sort of. Slip I mean this is turning into an animation podcast now, but like with no sort of inkling of like scriptwriting or stuff like that and like big Ma, and if you look at big mouth like the artistic style is pretty ugly. Yeah but but I feel like that's on purpose to. Well, and I think that there's there's like every medium. There is a place for a lot of different things whether it's like the writing is so good that it makes up for the animation, which then they can hire great animators to make it better in the lions. I feel like Archer was like that at the beginning like the animation was Janke, but the writing was so good that held up. And now the animation is a lot better. If you see the newer episodes, yeah, like wow, yeah! I guess like with with big mouth me I didn't like it when I I watched it. At all I was put off by, and it's not necessarily the gross out. It was like the gross out for the reason of gross out was sort of like my like I'm good and I gave it another shot, and I'm happy, because I really did enjoy that for season once I finished I finished it. Yeah. I mean for as much as I. Liked it, I will you know cop to? It's not an easy show to get into yeah. But I think I think they do. Do a very not realistic by any means but like. A realistic humor of like sophomoric childish, but at the same time. Of elements that are very sophisticated and very adult, and very like you know what, yeah, we don't talk about ciswomen who go through puberty, really in a comedic sense right and so getting a lot of these voices is actually really good, and like the humor is very funny. Once you're able to sort of look past the fact that it's like Oh they're showing Dick's all the time. And it's like. I mean yeah, I mean it's funny. You mentioned that one of my favorite jokes in the series like I forget what the ultimate context of it, but it's very Meta joke where Andrew just basically mentions. or or maybe it was like the hormone monster basically mentioned like. Sort of animated adult animation and Andrew Responds like, but that's Ju-, but that's basically just animated child pornography, isn't it? And the Hormone Masha goes. Oh I hope not that would get people in a lot of trouble, and he just looks at the camera like right.

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"netflixing lakes" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

View from the Cheap Seats

03:51 min | 6 months ago

"netflixing lakes" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

"People who are living and I. I think we as a society need to support our stand up comedians. And also you know learn how to be Out Comedy can help us move through tragedy and and sad circumstances and and help us cope in in a world. That sometimes seems just crazy. Yeah agreed I mean? It's what's getting us through right now is that we create comedy on regular basis for people to give them that. We do a daily podcast as well. In addition to this. That's like thirty minutes of YOU'RE NOT GONNA see death tolls you're not gonNA see the stock market going down. You're not gonna hear about flattening curves. We're going to try and make you laugh by talking about Lindsey Lowe hands next single that. She's releasing all find the humor in that. Here's the deal you're gonNA cut when this is all done in comedy is back you're gonNA come out and hang with us at a co. Ed some comedy and if you ever need comedians to do anything for you please don't hesitate to reach out to us because we're we now that we know you we know you now. We're like that sports and you got comedy together. My nurses the beginning behaving news. The bus this is the beginning of the bus. Coir conglomerates. We're GONNA make it happen or you know you know my brother. Johnny bought the Ice House now. Now my brothers even a comedy club owner which is like acid eventually. I'd like to do that as well sound. You love the Ice House so much. Well if you ever want any you know if he needs anything from us you let him he can reach out to US anytime. Thank you all right. We'll take a break when we come back a special another special guests. This is the cheap seats Jeanie. Buss thank you so much now. It's awesome yourself thinking working honest and thank you for being truthful and just you know you were great and if you WANNA cut out the Kobe thing I. It's like as soon as you started saying that. That's where my brain went. I didn't want us to weekend otherwise I think it's okay to you. I just. I'm embarrassed that I didn't listen to the rest of your question. I'm just there which is shows how top of mind is from optional. It's it's fine. It actually makes a Lotta Sense. I wouldn't worry about it. I think are totally. Dig It. This is going to go up next Friday. I'm glad we got you now but will probably do the beginning and end of the show next week and then that'll go up next Friday but will will let you know I'll you know I'll send you d m from there and just wrapping now. Do you want me to promote anything. Yeah that'd be great. That'd be great infrared. If you ever need anything you please don't hesitate. You know how to reach us now if you need anything you let us know if you're like. I needed joke for this thing. Like we'll help you out whatever you need. Well my my only joke from this so far and I'm not ready to make jokes about it but it's Kinda like you know how there's like the Freshman Tan around fifteen. I eat. It's like Oh my God has to last through the summer. 'cause I'm not fitting in a bathing suit. I'll tell you eat news. Watch netflix lakes. He'd and I've just been making banana. Bread is my wife and kids are like stop. It gets an obsession all right. Well Geez. It's much we'll see you in touch with you. Feel great thanks guys..

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"netflixing lakes" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"netflixing lakes" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"There were very serious clashes with louise <hes> for a sort of protesters pertain someone on one of these links. E._m._t.'s tried to evacuate him. Many protesters were resistant to this while the police with expelled arrived at the scene day swatted at protesters repeal wrath. Sir testers say that they're fighting for a more democratic system system in hong kong representative government i- now they want. We like to be investigated <hes> plot the protests are totally leaderless and it's very unclear what will happen. It's very intense situation. The airport and in city giant by this morning outbound and inbound flights have resumed at the airport which is one of the world's busiest in in a statement hong kong's airport authority said it had secured a court injunction to quote restrain persons from unlawfully and willfully obstructing the airports activities and and u._s. Mortgage debt reached a record in the second quarter eclipsing even the two thousand eight peak. That's according to new data released by the federal reserve so why while well there are a couple of things the first is that low housing supply has pushed house prices up they've hit a new nominal meaning not inflation adjusted peak in two thousand sixteen and have continued rising rising another factor homeowners tapping into their home equity when they refinance and this time around americans seem to be able to handle this debt burden. The fed found that ninety eighty five point six percent of balances were current. That's the highest level of the current expansion and boeing delivered fewer planes in july than in any month and for the past decade the company said it delivered nineteen planes last month we write that it furthers the financial blow to boeing that's been brought about by the grounding of of the seven thirty seven max do now our main story this morning c._b._s. Bs and viacom have agreed to the terms of merger if completed the deal would create a company valued at roughly thirty billion dollars to find out more charlie turner. There has been speaking to ben mullen c._b._s. And viacom have reunited in a merger after sumner redstone had split up the two media giants in two thousand six. This still still seems to be all about size in a bid to compete with companies like disney a._t. And t. netflix companies that have struck their own deals over the years and also it's a bid to compete with streaming tv. Absolutely it seems like the companies have <hes> enough intellectual property. They can hold their own in the coming years. The question is do they need to do even more deals to compete with the likes of netflixing lakes in disney and i think if you talked to a lot of people around the deal they'll tell you. This isn't the end they're looking to do more. This is just the beginning what are terms of the deal is c._b._s. Buying viacom what's the dollar value here in cases like this. Both companies are both sellers and buyers because they're exchanging stock for those financial news out there. The stock exchange ratio is point five nine six two five which means at viacom.

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Viacom, Disney And Charlie Turner discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

01:03 min | 1 year ago

Viacom, Disney And Charlie Turner discussed on WSJ What's News

"C._b._s. Bs and viacom have agreed to the terms of merger if completed the deal would create a company valued at roughly thirty billion dollars to find out more charlie turner. There has been speaking to ben mullen c._b._s. And viacom have reunited in a merger after sumner redstone had split up the two media giants in two thousand six. This still still seems to be all about size in a bid to compete with companies like disney a._t. And t. netflix companies that have struck their own deals over the years and also it's a bid to compete with streaming tv. Absolutely it seems like the companies have <hes> enough intellectual property. They can hold their own in the coming years. The question is do they need to do even more deals to compete with the likes of netflixing lakes in disney and i think if you talked to a lot of people around the deal they'll tell you. This isn't the end they're looking to do more. This is just the beginning what are terms of the deal is c._b._s. Buying viacom what's the dollar value here in cases like this. Both companies are both sellers and buyers because they're exchanging stock for those financial news out there. The stock exchange ratio is point five nine six two five which means at viacom

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"netflixing lakes" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

09:29 min | 2 years ago

"netflixing lakes" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"At the movies on KOA, NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM Mike increase in back with you. So let's tie this to our review of the favourite. At least the Emma stone part of it. There's a a series called maniac now. And you know, I always get confused as to where I think it's on Netflix lakes. Okay. On Netflix because I've got Amazon prime and this and that Showtime and HBO and Emma stone is in that it gets mixed reviews. Got an eighty two percent rating from the professional critics in eighty three percent rating from the audience, this is from rotten tomatoes. And again, there's a self selection element in. Here's I the audience is concerned, the people like this kind of thing and liked it. The critics. Sometimes self-indulgent on the bizarre artistic and they think of themselves in that regard. So this is set in New York kind of in the current era, but maybe twenty or thirty years into the future. And anti Landsberg played by Amazon and Owen mill. Groom played by Johnny hill or two strangers who are drawn to this pharmaceutical trial. And the the claim of the people who have put together this intricate pharmaceutical facility and use computers to get into your brain. And feed you these pills, which are also hallucinatory elements. They claim that will cure all kinds of psychoses. All right. And both these characters Emma stone and Jona Hiller are anxious to get their heads in order. So they're brought together with with a bunch of other people who are willing Guinea pigs for three day trial. The discipline is veer here. And you can get thrown out of this group if you've break any of their rules. So you see them sitting in a circle with a device put around their head. And then they hallucinate and their hallucinations are somehow programmed by the gurus who are running this thing. Jonah hill is is. One of the several sons of a very successful wealthy person. And he's kind of the black sheep in the family, and he has his own psychosis gets her frontier. His part is played very droll in this movie monotone Amazon is as you would figure her to be somewhat Curiel the two of them have an awkward relationship at first, but somehow or other their minds get melded in their hallucinatory phases. If you like a bizarre and surreal and disjointed and hard to tell where all this is going, then you'll like this movie, and you in my fellow critics defense, I think often that's appealing to that group because we see a lot of movies and a lot of TV shows and a lot of it is formulaic and formula could be great. But I think some has when something is a little bit off kilter. It can be interesting to critics. So that just a I think that's part of the appeal of something like maniac and got rave reviews from some of the professional critics, so. Yeah. In any event ad that your list of things, you might decide to see you might you might quit on this one after two or three episodes. I haven't seen the whole the whole series yet. I think I'm six or seven episodes into it. But now I'm going to probably finish it. I hope this is the first season. Maybe we'll go on. Well, here's the thing. I think it was planned as a limited series. So it's not intending to go season after season. But you never know I'm going to see more of curiosity than anything else. So I gave it mixed reviews, and Netflix has been kind of mysterious about what they approve what they plan for another season a daredevil, which is one of the most popular shows just got cancelled after three seasons. I don't know if Ozark is a slam dunk for season three at the maybe check into that. But Netflix used to let all their shows go on and on now, they're being much more restrictive. So we'll see if there's more maniacs coming away. Let me give you an update on outlander several episodes into the current season. I like, it course, I'm biased liked this one for the beginning. It's a period piece. Also. And declaring Jamie somehow find themselves in. North carolina. In the pre American revolutionary period. Ten or fifteen years prior to the revolution. And they've made peace with the Indians. And the they have a large parcel of land and Murtaza's back into play. And there are several really good. Well, done tasteful romantic scenes between clear and Jamie who love each other. And the Mr Gray comes back in that Christian grey. This is. This is the one who saved Jamie's life back in Scotland and got them released from slavery in their good friends. They come together as well. And in the latest episode. Jamie's son William who is the fruit of when Jamie was a servant at this estate. The lady of the house needed to have an air and get pregnant and Jamie did the job. He was very fond of Willie and taught them how to ride and doing this. And then he had to had to leave it great emotional cost. There's going to be reuniting of William who does he know who Jamie is does you remember when he was six years old the relationship, they have should he become aware that he's he's the son of Jamie. Anyway, that's all very very well done. And you said you're predisposed to like time. I would imagine you've got some expectations of the show. It's in very good up until now. And if you see a quality dip, I think you'd spotted so this season so far is better than last when they were in the Bahamas. I like growing up as a kid. There are lots of shows that I liked and I watch and I would what matter how much decline in quality. I'd still watch them like the Frazier was great in the last two seasons. Kind of you know, they it was clear they were running uncreative fumes. But I think a lot of shows today if not sustained maybe get better, and sometimes they also end before they kind of kind of wear their welcome funny. You should say Frazier. Jamie, Jamie Frazier. Are they related? No, I think there was even talk about a Frazier reboot. But I don't think it's happening. And also, just a quick note. The Murphy Brown reboot has not done well in the ratings the will and grace reboot which started with the huge numbers has fallen fairly dramatically. So I don't know if you're going to see as many reboots in the near future. I think maybe that whole concept may have worn out. Its welcome Ernie wanted also to give a plug in. And I like this one by the way, I I like some movies that you won't some series that you won't after a while. If you've been listener since I've been do movers for twenty some odd years, you kind of know what I like and what I don't like. And if you tend to like, what I like than my review of them will be might encourage you to see the movie, and if on the other hand you like what I don't like what I like that. I'm an you know, an opposite barometer. If I don't like it, you will if I like, it you don't wanna see it that kind of thing you help the audience in two different ways. You look at this more like a professional critic does. And I look at it more as a. As simply a superficially, and I'm not completely superficial about it. But I I hated those English literature courses in college where you had to read some story, and then they found eight thousand creations of every possible symbolic element in the characters and deconstructed for that was all about job. The job protection for college professors who do that kind of stuff having said that though though I when I go to the movies now, and I'm gonna screening I will bring a Pat and a paper and pencil or pen, and I will write notes, but if I'm getting swept up in the whole movie, I put my not no Pat down. I'm just like, I just let it let myself enjoy it. And I'll I'll write some notes later. So I mean, that's ultimately, I think the way you want to do it because you just wanna get washed over there with the material. And then you can kinda get your your impressions from there one. I do like is on Showtime right now, it's called escape at Dan Amora, it features Benicio del Toro and Patricia Arquette to fabulous performances. It is based on an actual prison escapes or the characters you're accurate. I don't know how much dramatic license. They take I'm three or four episodes into it. And I am enjoying data more prison is in way, upstate New York near the Canadian border. It's cold there in the w-. Winter. It's not too far from Plattsburgh New York. And one of the prisoners who is engineering this escape is Benicio del Toro, and he winds up getting assistance from a woman who lives in Plattsburgh who works at the prison. She's not a guard, but there's a sewing shop in the movie where Benicio works.

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"netflixing lakes" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast

Scriptnotes Podcast

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"netflixing lakes" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast

"And then everything after that, with the exception, weirdly of airplanes is reused. And then you get paid your royalty well, for Netflix. Lakes, I think what you end up looking at something similar to what they have done on television, where it's a window. There's a window that we define as primary exhibition. Once you start showing something you have, you know, two or three or four weeks or whatever the normal theatrical release life would be to say that's primary exhibition. And then after that it's reuse and that means every frigging time you show it. Some nickel goes in a box and they may, you know, kick and scream about that. What they've been doing is essentially saying, look, this is roughly what you would have gotten under system like that. We'll just pay that to you now and a lot of people are taking that deal. My general philosophy life is when somebody offers you a check, you should be immediately suspicious. Why? Why are you offering me this money? Why are you telling me that this is just as good as something it's just as good and then do it the other way, but sometimes deficits. They're paying you your full rate until like it's it's a sense like, well, you can either make this. Or not make this, so you're gonna take the deal to make this, but you know, you don't know what the back will and we ask what might be a dumb question? How specifically, how do they handle residuals for writers would say on pay cable? Like HBO Showtime, there's upset fees, you know? So they, it's a similar thing. They there's a way for them to essentially buy out your residuals that's built in to these deals. And it's part of our, it's part of our agreement and I hate it. But you know, here's why ask if a bunch of people buy tickets to the movies, you deserve a piece of that. If they watch it on television, they're making greater at revenue because more people are watching it. You deserve a piece of that. If you buy VHS or DVD or streaming user, a piece of that Netflix model like they're not necessarily getting more money because more people are watching it, but they may be getting more money because they get worse scrubbers. They someone may stick around on the platform longer because they know your movies coming, or they know that there's the possibility of a movie Lakers come in. And that feels like a very difficult thing to determine the value of something algorithm in that system unless they were being hyper transparent and they've made clear, they have no interest in being in fairness, they don't really have an interest in being not just for that reason alone, but it presents problems that are. I mean darn difficult. So let's let's figure out sort of why it's different than what's happening right now studios is that when a studio ships a DVD, there's that's a physical thing that ships were in studio makes deal with somebody for this movie to show up on this pay cable place. That is a deal. There's there's a paper trail for all this. When you are both the creator of the thing and the distributor of it's it's a closed loop and it's it's self dealing. And Franklin's right. There are many, many metrics that they used in theory to define success, and we don't know what they are and nor do I care because I can't really monetize those specifically at some point, you simply have to create some kind of artificial structure to mimic what would normally happen in a royalty situation. And in a pure royalty situation, if Netflix didn't have worked for higher, they would come to me and say, we want you to write a movie now it's great. I'm gonna write this. It's my moving. I own the copyright I then will sign a licensing agreement with you. This licensing agreement allows you exclusive rights to air this and it's in perpetuity. And this is the fee that you pay for that. And also this is the royalty rate for every single time. Someone watches period the end. There's no other way to do it or you do time, right, you know. But there has to be some kind of system in which you are rewarded for the only thing you care about as an artist, which is how many people saw it. So theoretically talk about entrepreneurs Romo later on..

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"netflixing lakes" Discussed on WIND 560 AM

WIND 560 AM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"netflixing lakes" Discussed on WIND 560 AM

"We're going to talk about that later but let's jump in right now to what's going on in the market and this week specifically with earnings and guys i know earnings are going to be a huge focus over the next few weeks as the market looks to rebound from that first quarter correction we've experienced i know when we come back from the break we're going to talk about is the correction over and a lot of it is how earnings do could really help so i actually wanted to look at some earnings who are so companies were announced earnings earlier this week and three specific ones i wanted to have each kind of just chat about is net flicks one of those big fangs stocks they always talk about intact ibm and goldman sachs and here's the thing that made it interesting and i wanted to talk about all of them beat their earnings this week but interestingly the market reacted differently to each one of them so let's just throw it out there and see how each one of them you know did and see how beating earnings isn't always enough you know for an example mad is i know you know this but netflix lakes crushed their earnings expectations this week and gained almost ten percent in one day on tuesday when it comes to net flicks the stocks behavior after earnings hinges on one thing and that's subscriber growth they smashed their subscriber growth estimates increasing total net subscribers by seven point four million up fifty percent year over year and more than a million higher than forecasted net flicks financial metrics live or die by subscribers so the rest of the numbers were also much better than expected net flicks even included in the forecast for next quarter so as we would all expect the market love the news and net flicks soared almost ten percent in one day i love netflix yeah me and my wife grab some wine what binge watch some shows that we like that we missed now it's a good service we're going to pivot and talk about ibm ibm didn't experience.

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"netflixing lakes" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"netflixing lakes" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To duke therapy over the weekend unc duke was a big deal essary john farrow doesn't understand paul literally had to go away to therapy after a defeat right yeah tough loss carolina last week but redeem ourselves a little bit yesterday with a win at georgia tech so we're just getting ready for march meta march madness were all wired up the man it i see it in i saw this in a number reports this weekend is media properties paul sweeney which is your wheelhouse bloomberg intelligence that don't make any money do we care if netflixing benzaghou zillion dollars on the future which i get but there are making money now or particularly hulu falling deeper into the red after blowing through a bill lien dollars last year he i think in your first on the case a netflixing obviously the investors just focus on subscriber subscriber subscribers and a little bit like the amazon story they kind of believe management that profits will come eventually in there is some evidence a net flex that their us businesses is in fact a profitable and getting more profit and could do with comcast or amazon did in shift to a cash flow story the import that that that's right enda now who's another animal it's it's it's owned by the big media companies comcast disney and so on uh so we don't really get to see their numbers and in detail but we do know they blew through another up a billion dollars in in two thousand seventeen so that's kind of it they are very much in that we're not working for profits right now we're trying to dish grow our top line business get as many subscribers as we can they bury interstates a distant distant distant second or third to a netflix lakes but they had the big the big owners and i think they're gonna try to make some more tournaments act was right to wear wanted to go is there any room in the digital space for third place i mean this is the hurts avis yeah pray it remains to be seen i mean amazon a prime is there you know when agassi nobody has deeper pockets than than amazon but it's not core that's not a core business for amazon they just use that to try dr there prime members offer hulu.

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"netflixing lakes" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"netflixing lakes" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"The iranian regime minaly sylla sarah fox news days of deadly protests in iran prompting more tweets of outrage from president trump in a morning tweet president trump said iran is failing at every level despite the deal made by the obama administration and says the iranian people are hungry for food and for freedom adding time for change over the weekend the president tweeted about the iran protest saying the world is watching the line repeated by several administration officials along with calls for the iranian government to respect human rights fox's jared halpern in washington vice president pence tweeting at as long as donald trump president and he is vice president the us will not repeat the shameful mistake of our past when other stood by and ignored the heroic resistance of the iranian people as they fought against their brutal regime in while aranesp the official news agency reporting a gunman has killed one policeman and wounded three others during a protest this is the first report of a police officer being killed during the protests now in their fifth day hours after tweets by president trump accusing pakistan of harboring terrorists and national security council official tells fox the us will withhold two hundred fifty five million dollars in aid much of the country ushering in the new year with record cold temperatures cold in them there is not north dakota cold with dangerous terms and wind chills of forty below zero as the bitter cold warnings of advisories continue across netflixing the northern plains catch the the new great netflix lakes doc to you the northeast series rotten with freezing which dives into felt the world as of food far supply south as and texas restaurants and waste central florida and corruption linnet i know new by it's who it but eluid if you add seasons to warnings zeal hurley of america's greg quintessential who lay dating show the bachelor bulu also adds the parent trap haley mills are lindsay lohan well it's steelers choice they're both on their cheer on the rockford peaches in a league of their own and you'll also find season 14 of american pickers and classics like requiem for a dream reservoir dogs space balls poor practice your crane with all four karate kid movies over on amazon prime catch the replay of the 2018 rose parade hosted by cordoned tish which is really a funny or die presentation starring welfare will in mali shannon doctor who season ten also drops on amazon prime this week along with the 1992.

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"netflixing lakes" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"netflixing lakes" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"The iranian regime minaly sylla sarah fox news days of deadly protests in iran prompting more tweets of outrage from president trump in a morning tweet president trump said iran is failing at every level despite the deal made by the obama administration and says the iranian people are hungry for food and for freedom adding time for change over the weekend the president tweeted about the iran protest saying the world is watching the line repeated by several administration officials along with calls for the iranian government to respect human rights fox's jared halpern in washington vice president pence tweeting at as long as donald trump president and he is vice president the us will not repeat the shameful mistake of our past when other stood by and ignored the heroic resistance of the iranian people as they fought against their brutal regime in while aranesp the official news agency reporting a gunman has killed one policeman and wounded three others during a protest this is the first report of a police officer being killed during the protests now in their fifth day hours after tweets by president trump accusing pakistan of harboring terrorists and national security council official tells fox the us will withhold two hundred fifty five million dollars in aid much of the country ushering in the new year with record cold temperatures cold in them there is not north dakota cold with dangerous terms and wind chills of forty below zero as the bitter cold warnings of advisories continue across netflixing the northern plains catch the the new great netflix lakes doc to you the northeast series rotten with freezing which dives into felt the world as of food far supply south as and texas restaurants and waste central florida and corruption linnet i know new by it's who it but eluid if you add seasons to warnings zeal hurley of america's greg quintessential who lay dating show the bachelor bulu also adds the parent trap haley mills are lindsay lohan well it's steelers choice they're both on their cheer on the rockford peaches in a league of their own and you'll also find season 14 of american pickers and classics like requiem for a dream reservoir dogs space balls poor practice your crane with all four karate kid movies over on amazon prime catch the replay of the 2018 rose parade hosted by cordoned tish which is really a funny or die presentation starring welfare will in mali shannon doctor who season ten also drops on amazon prime this week along with the 1992.

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"netflixing lakes" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"netflixing lakes" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Bloomberg business flash greg jarrett they were listening to bloomberg markets with pimm fox and lisa abramowicz on bloomberg radio so it sounds like comcast has fallen out of the running to buy some assets of the twentyfirst century fox which leaves walt disney company as the remaining suitor here and they are expected to announce a deal any day now here talk about that as paul sweetie us director of research and senior media and internet analyst for bloomberg intelligence up paul you have been covering this company for twenty seven years you know this place inside and out what exactly is disney going to go after that twentyfirst century currently has and why well this is a if they buy these assets from 21st century fox it will be a abc's significant deal probably 50 60 billion dollars value you there but it's really going to be the defining legacy deal for bob idir just in the past two or three years the media business has been tremendously disrupted by the netflixing of the world and the whole unbundling in a court cutting associated with the paytv package that's really up and it everybody's business model including the walt disney company in the mighty espn so if you're bob idir um you really have to position your company for the next ten to twenty years and i think the way they feel like they need to do that as they need to do a couple things one they need the bulk up on even more content even of disney arguably has the best content in the world by bind the 21st century fox film and television studio you get even more uh film and television production plus an amazing library they can use that content to create or program their direct to consumer offering that they announced for next year their version of netflix lakes you also get a lot of international assets two big assets one in sky for europe and star india in india which really helps disney increased its international exposure which i think they've been under exposed internationally before in terms of their up percentage of operating income so that's a big plus for them and then third is they get a controlling interest in who which is.

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"netflixing lakes" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

WBAL 1090AM

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"netflixing lakes" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

"Nothing to do with it but it doesn't matter it was political opportunism you have to sit there and find the way to advance your agenda and tragedy because people will pay attention shannon wants the head of every town for gun control whenever the hell it is this horrific preventable tragedy is political i won't talk i won't wait to talk about how lawmakers can allow the nra to endanger us really really because a good guy with a gun stopped the bad guy with a gun channel watts doesn't want to address that joy reed the m s nbc host and committed racist as far as i'm concerned said quote the nra is soaked and blade bathe in blood hello to its adherence sleep at night but again the vast majority of these people have turned out to be democrats are apolitical how does joy and read sleep at night probably on a big pile of money she makes from msnbc chelsea handler the former comedian former host netflix and netflix lakes let her go she says she quit but net flakes let her go because no one was watching a show she's decided to focus on activism are activism so far is included things like calling congressman dana rohrabacher a woman because the first name is dana she can't do the basic amount of research require hired to be an activist but she's a liberal in good standing so that chests lies she tweeted out innocent people go to church on sunday to honour their god and while doing so get shot and killed what country america why republicans s don't you dare try to believe the size aa terrorist attack twenty four hours later after some facts are known about perpetrator but the second this attack happened chelsea handler took tour twitter feed and did that it's not just boneheaded actors senator chris murphy tweeted quote can you sleep tonight colleagues when.

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"netflixing lakes" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"netflixing lakes" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"That word i can't pronounce it like a g igad easily hide ye ad and it's all about being cozy so instead of like holing up alone in your apartment which many see adelaide's like to do and watch netflix lakes the ideas like have a soup swatted dr lotteries together smalltalk have medium talk about the weather have me it not about the weather oh the weather's smalltalk what have you move on you've talked about medium talk before what do you mean by millions or it's like okay if you like anything to say it's the most obvious that small talk attack how's the weather whether you do it like doesn't go anywhere medium talk the conversation can be furthered and you can learn something about someone or share something interesting about yourself this is the opportunity to tell a weird funny strange depressing story people that's what's great about family and friends that you've known for a long time or even someone you dated a long time ago in the new see them again in a seasons of times gone by and you become friends again and you could just jump right in and start having really great conversations you don't have to go through all the crap that you have to go through on original first date words it's tennis it's just a it's a slow boring tennis game just baghdad four just vials me i opinion is if you want to avoid smalltalk never ask someone how are you like unless something bad as happened but like if you just say how are you that how many times do you have that conversation fine how are you fine hey michelle i could tell us don't even say that nobody's going to care just jump right upright children with you but i always ask you about your time i'll say do you have time right now deal for me 'cause i've regime when people too i it's it's it's a little weird because we've been rhonda's alluding to this yesterday were an open work environment you were so people just come out and not be software and just jump in small talk it's like man jump in the medium talk of me we got some say it otherwise i go your bertinotti of tumble two you and only math added a feature that they've already taken away because america is gone wild pour it in a way that is a bad.

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"netflixing lakes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"netflixing lakes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Thursday cis pound wbz news time eight nine check on business news now from bloomberg here's andrew o'day good morning good morning jeff concern about the ratcheting of words with north korea has been polling on stocks in asia and in europe today a and could pull on us as well we're about an hour and twenty minutes away from the opening bell and right now sp futures are down almost half percent 11 points nasdaq futures losing forty four three quarters of a percent dow futures right now down forty seven points while disney is now the world's biggest cord cutter envisioning a future without cable or netflix lakes has the entertainment giant posted a twenty three percent drop in profits from its cable business mostly due to weakness against the yen disney also was announced plans for its own video streaming service disney will sell some of its premier content directly to consumers online starting next year and then lost the video service in 2019 petering liveaction films disney channel tv shows and pixar movies in so doing disney will end its relationship with netflixing oil futures gaining almost a halfdollar now to forty nine and a half dollars a barrel sp futures though losing eleven points business reports at eight thirty eight past the hour amanda rodae bloomberg business on wbz newsradio 1030 attack you andrew wsb abc news time eight ten no complaints here in the weather department today just beautiful 66 right now in boston to the mid '80s today sunshine all day long it looks like it's now a sure bet that a sales tax holiday and massachusetts is not going to happen this year it seemed like a good idea just last week when i spoke to governor charlie baker her about his plan to file legislation to give customers a break and businesses abhu glittered komo wire folk who could cook it really important to them it portrait co two or three and we do think it's the right thing to do the problem is that lawmakers are on summer break house speaker bob deleo senate president stan rosenberg both saying it's not on their todo list the sales tax holiday has become something of a tradition but has not happened since two thousand fifteen or the family of beverley speed freight ease the man behind the ice bucket challenges expressing hope thanks to the availability of a new drug to fight a.

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"netflixing lakes" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"netflixing lakes" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Eight hundred two two two five two two two we'll do florida are not florida in just a few minutes of seven ninety kabc lianne you're a proud mother yes you've got to little children i do do you have any time at all to watch all the incredible shows on netflix absolutely not uh you know when i get home h usually in the afternoon i take the kids to like my gym or swim class or ballet or hip hop and then come home and i cook dinner and then it's a little bit of play time and then bath in bed reading in bed and then usually i fall right asleep where's the me time mm i get about eight hours me time every day and i'll figures announced that waits until the weekend all right now but i do like sometimes i'll be like honey you want to watch a show like game of thrones i'll have like you just have to make time for that and i just miss an hour asleep you don't wanna watch party on sunday the but watch party with me and my husband but i know no other vehicle ahead of employees subscribing leo now so i can watch it live bring a couple of people over grocer meat on the barbecue and vaalimaa goal is going to be a great son you're not alone lien you don't have enough me time to watch everything that's on netflixing how can catch up on words as new black and stranger things house of cards seventy one percent of moms and a new study say they have to find time to sneak in their me time to watch netflix lakes ninety seven percent of mothers said they wish they had more time to watch their shows because there too busy being awesome mom all i believe that because you can't go to the bathroom without your toddler like barging in and you can't lock the door because in they're like locked the door you have the heat other trying to open.

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"netflixing lakes" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"netflixing lakes" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The listeners of kqed the time is now six twentythree it's morning edition on kqed i'm brian watt if you've gone on the web this morning you might have noticed that some of your favorite sites are participating in a net neutrality day of action if you're thinking net what we've got queenie kim senior editor of kqed silicon valley desk here explain it all to us hey quina hey so facebook netflixing ready google they're all taking part in this day of action i what is net neutrality in why do i care about this yeah those are the big names but there other familiar names t like vimianzo kickstarter twitter and a bunch of other companies so net neutrality is this idea that internet service providers have to treat all the content going through their pipes equally the for example comcast provides internet service to people right it also owns nbc so under net neutrality rules it can't decide to slow down netflix lakes and then speed up its own nbc stream so can drive you there so tech companies would say that net neutrality is essential to keeping up innovation and competition on the web because it ensures that everybody has an even playing field right so two guys in a garage can start google and some big company can't squash him but what does this mean to meet for regular folks it's being framed is a free speech issue the idea being that internet service providers could theoretically like block your blog if they didn't like what you had to say and then as a consumer you want to be able to go to the site you wanna go to write like if you wanna watch netflix it should be as easy is watching nbc online and you don't want some service providers tell you which went to watch now the federal communications commission is trying to dismantle net neutrality rules correct why there's any administration in town and a new fcc chairman under.

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"netflixing lakes" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"netflixing lakes" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Halling asan hiding under the kitchen table but i do remember by the end of that movie i i was a mess and i just recently watched parts of it again because they just added on netflix lakes and thankfully it's not that one it's not the cg one it's the original cut of it and i forgot how well that movie holds a own yes duel as spoiler and i haven't cdt so that'll be u b i matinee zilt were uh event the did you that one sunday did you have to remember the first one i can't remember khuzaa i wanna say was the world according to garb but it might have i remember being kit watching the watermelon man a crime near the end of that the odd movie where's this very very white guy who lives the suburbs wakes up one morning he's black anna in the water maria oh yes very satirical because he you know he like every morning he's his way constitution gets up he runs for the bus nearby is like hey at am he wakes up innings black eagles run it for the bus he gets arrested by the cops usually loses job all the should have is to eventually his wife leaves him and by the in his work as a garbage man i think at the very and he joins the black panthers but this this is this point before the very and we lost everything every was to watching crying foreign she someone mentioned this movie to me recently just like last week and our real he has like haunt i actually like when he mentioned it was a satires like that sounds like something really good yeah did you crying because our he said somebody brought it up all yellower old gillespie original you ever watch it on the first harmon watching the doggone that's like par for the course amina hair rabies i would like they with kids in my class that were dying like ethical errant feloniously oh yeah i mean i saw and i was a key but i felt the same way as lang.

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"netflixing lakes" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"netflixing lakes" Discussed on KOIL

"A really important phrase if you're a facebook user under the law you have absolutely no reasonable expectation of privacy i'm talking about nuts and in other frightening news this was in the new york times this past week since may hackers have been penetrating the computer networks of companies that operate the nuclear power stations and other energy facilities also manufacturing plants located here in the united states now where it's frightening about it is that among the companies targeted was the wolf creek nuclear operating corporation they run the nuclear power plant near burlington kansas so this joint report that was obtained by the new york times and confirmed by security specialists and their response finding to ali tax they say that it actually carries this urgent amber warning now keisha with that is that the second highest rating for the sensitivity of the threat now the report dated indicate with the cyber attacks were trying to do espionage or if they are trying to caused destruction but it must be really bad if this carries an amber threat warning so people that are familiar with the investigation said it kinda looks like what was happening back in 2012 by the energetic bear that was this big new russian hacking grow so the bottom line is this is that the hackers no matter what concrete is or what they're doing what they're intent is is that they are going after the power grid did any way that they end so you really need to be prepared you need to have a plan and because they well breakthrough it's just a matter of time okay let me ask you a question just how whichever force has net flakes become how big are they well listen to these numbers from our recent coms or report netflix lakes commands more viewingtime than hulu amazon video and youtube combine the average us wifi enabled household streams an average of one hour and forty minutes of net flicks.

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