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Ratings show Fox News viewers tuning out Jan. 6 hearings

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 1 d ago

Ratings show Fox News viewers tuning out Jan. 6 hearings

"The house January 6th insurrection hearings have been riveting TV fare for many Americans but some are finding them Well repelling See no panel here no panel speak no panel It's not quite that bad but it is clear that Fox News channel viewers are thumbing their collective noses at the January 6 committees televised hearings last week Fox aired two of them during the day and relatively few of the network's usual viewers bothered to watch Nielsen reports Fox averaged 727,000 viewers for those hearings by comparison there were 3.09 million who watched on MSNBC and 2.21 million who watched on CNN That is a big flip flop from what usually happens during that day part Nielsen says when hearings do not taking place Fox routinely has more viewers than the other two networks combined I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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NBA Finals, Jan. 6 hearing lead ABC to ratings win

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 weeks ago

NBA Finals, Jan. 6 hearing lead ABC to ratings win

"The latest TV ratings are in and to events that have people talking have gotten the most attention Hoops and hearings That was the formula that ABC used to become the nation's top rated TV network last week the first two games of the NBA Finals each netted ABC more than 10 million viewers nailing the first two spots on the weekly Nielsen list of top rate it shows and ABC ended up with the top audience for last Thursday's prime time hearing of the congressional panel that is investigating the January 6th insurrection at the U.S. capitol Nielsen says the more than 5.2 million viewers who tuned in on ABC represents a full quarter of the broadcast audience for that first hearing I'm on squirrels Gabrielle

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"nielsen" Discussed on AdExchanger Talks

AdExchanger Talks

03:54 min | 2 months ago

"nielsen" Discussed on AdExchanger Talks

"<Speech_Female> Maybe this stuff <Speech_Female> is complicated enough, <Speech_Female> it defies <Speech_Male> a <SpeakerChange> lightning round, <Speech_Male> I think. <Speech_Male> Or a very difficult <Speech_Male> very short <Speech_Male> lightning round. <Speech_Female> Yeah. <Speech_Female> Well, what <Speech_Female> will Nielsen's role <Speech_Female> be following <Speech_Female> the buyout? <Speech_Female> The news broke in late <Speech_Female> March that Nielsen <Speech_Female> is going private <Speech_Female> after selling itself <Speech_Male> to <SpeakerChange> a consortium <Speech_Male> of <Speech_Male> PE companies. <Speech_Male> Well, Nielsen starts <Speech_Male> with the largest installed <Speech_Male> base of anyone, <Speech_Male> right? I mean, <Speech_Male> that's <Speech_Male> one of the hardest things <Speech_Male> to <Speech_Male> build. And it's one of <Speech_Male> the greatest things to have <Speech_Male> as an asset. So <Speech_Male> what do they have? <Speech_Male> They have an installed <Speech_Male> base of <Speech_Male> users of <Speech_Male> transactors. And <Speech_Male> so they <Speech_Male> start with a profound <Speech_Male> advantage and share work, <Speech_Male> but they are going to be in <Speech_Male> a share war, and they're <Speech_Male> going to need to <Speech_Male> change everything <Speech_Male> about themselves <Speech_Male> in order to <Speech_Male> continue to thrive and innovate <Speech_Male> in that share war. <Speech_Male> And <Speech_Male> anybody with an installed <Speech_Male> base of that size <Speech_Male> has to have the capability <Speech_Male> to be able to thrive <Speech_Male> and innovate in a share work, <Silence> which just remains to be <Speech_Male> seen. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> How many currencies <Speech_Female> are we going <Speech_Female> to end up with? <Speech_Female> I mean, lots <Speech_Female> of players are vying <Speech_Female> for their <Speech_Female> spot. I don't think there's <Speech_Female> going to be just one. <Speech_Male> I think Bill <Speech_Female> live from ComScore, <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> he used to <Speech_Female> he would call it <Speech_Female> the basket <SpeakerChange> of currencies. <Speech_Male> How many currencies will <Speech_Male> be in the basket? <Speech_Male> As many as advertisers <Speech_Male> need <Speech_Male> is the answer. <Speech_Male> It has to do with the <Speech_Male> fact that there's such a multiplicity <Speech_Male> of businesses <Speech_Male> and customers <Speech_Male> and <Speech_Male> that <Speech_Male> type of thing and <Silence> whoever is <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> whoever is selling <Speech_Male> tires versus whoever <Speech_Male> is selling <Speech_Male> soda, <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> those may be two different <Speech_Male> currencies. So to me, <Speech_Male> it's about choice. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> What's <Speech_Male> the right number of choices? <Speech_Male> It depends <Speech_Male> on all the different types <Speech_Male> of <Speech_Male> all the different types of <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> products and services <Speech_Male> that are out there and <Speech_Male> how one of them may be <Speech_Male> uniquely better than <Speech_Male> another for that particular <Speech_Male> product and service or <Speech_Male> against a specific <Speech_Male> audience or against a specific <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> suite of <Speech_Male> platforms. So so <Speech_Male> long as there's choice, <Speech_Male> I think the advertiser <Speech_Male> wins. What's the right amount <Speech_Male> to choose from? I don't <Speech_Male> know. Is it free? Is <Silence> it 5? <SpeakerChange> We'll see. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> Finally, <Speech_Female> why is <Speech_Female> CTV measurement <Speech_Male> so messed up? <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> It comes down to. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Everyone's <Speech_Male> sort of got their <Speech_Male> own customized <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> suite of <Speech_Male> how they put all that data <Speech_Male> together and <Speech_Male> to me <Speech_Male> it's just about <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> to me <Speech_Male> it's ultimately <Speech_Male> about being able to <Speech_Male> provide <Speech_Male> the level of clarity <Speech_Male> and disclosure as <Speech_Male> to where <Speech_Male> it all came <Speech_Male> from. How is it all calculated <Speech_Male> and <Speech_Male> what the net effects <Speech_Male> are? And <Speech_Male> where there <Speech_Male> is clarity and disclosure, <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> there is <Speech_Male> understanding and <Speech_Male> improvement. Where <Speech_Male> there is black <Speech_Male> boxes and magic <Speech_Male> formulas and <Speech_Male> things that <Speech_Male> can't be disclosed, <Speech_Male> you're going to <Speech_Male> have, you're going to <Silence> have confusion, <SpeakerChange> you're going to have <Silence> mistrust. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> All right. <Speech_Female> Well, <Speech_Female> it's interesting to hear, <Speech_Female> by the way, that you're <Speech_Male> rooting for Nielsen, <Speech_Female> and <Speech_Female> yeah, <Speech_Female> I hope CTV measurement <Speech_Female> gets better. <Speech_Male> And <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> thank you for your <Speech_Male> time. It's been my <Speech_Male> pleasure and <Speech_Male> I'm sorry. I ruined <Silence> your lightning round. <Speech_Male> That's <Speech_Female> you did not ruin <Speech_Female> my lightning round. <Speech_Female> I don't <Speech_Female> think one can really <Speech_Female> answer these questions <Speech_Female> in ten or 15 <Speech_Male> seconds. <SpeakerChange> So <Speech_Male> I applaud your effort. <Speech_Male> Well, it's been <Speech_Male> my pleasure and, <Speech_Male> you know, it'd <Speech_Male> be interesting to look back <Speech_Male> on this, say, two years from <Speech_Male> now and see what happened. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> So <SpeakerChange> that <Speech_Male> could be fun. <Speech_Male> All right, I'll <Speech_Male> see you in two years. All right, take care.

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"nielsen" Discussed on AdExchanger Talks

AdExchanger Talks

05:36 min | 2 months ago

"nielsen" Discussed on AdExchanger Talks

"Of companies that are getting a lot of play right now and programmers like NBCU and WarnerMedia and Viacom CBS are all striking these deals with alternative currency providers and we're just on the cusp of the upfront. I just read that horizon media is planning to commit, I think, up to 15% of its deals in the upcoming friends using measurement currencies that don't rely on Nielsen. So there is a little bit of a turning tide. But what do you make of this super rapid rise of the alt measurement guys? It's long overdue. And the fact is, is that these companies are not startups. And people aren't talking about a little kicking the tires in a little test and learn. They're talking about the need to get moving and play catch up with considerably better, more sophisticated instruments than what they've been using before. And the fact is, is that one of the great things about a lot of these companies is they have dozens. Tens, hundreds of clients already. They, some of them are doing thousands of campaigns. They're not testing things. They're not trial balloons. They're these are a lot of them are companies that have the ability to from the earliest to the latest stages of everything having to do with from early planning all the way through to end execution and measuring outcome results. They've done it for dozens of clients and they've done it for dozens of categories. And this had been coming for a while. I think that the public, the public problems with Nielsen, just pushed it to happen, just folded the map for us, just made it more urgent. And made what was going to happen anyway, having a heck of a lot faster. And what happens when you've got this kind of attention and you have this kind of opportunity? Well, you have the kind of capital investment that you have that you've seen unfold in the last few months behind these companies because of the fact that so many of them have such terrific capabilities..

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"nielsen" Discussed on AdExchanger Talks

AdExchanger Talks

04:30 min | 2 months ago

"nielsen" Discussed on AdExchanger Talks

"All right, and we are back and back to the Nielsen saga. So where were we? You found that Nielsen had undercounted a pandemic audiences and that it also represented a pattern and Nielsen lost its MRC accreditation for national and local TV measurement, which it is working to get back. And then the other, the second hit that you mentioned when you, you guys issued a report early in the year showing undercounting of out of home viewing by Nielsen. It was well over a billion impressions, estimated losses over a 5 month period, like 350 million estimated losses of more than 700 million between September 2020 and November. Of last year, I think it was. So what were you doing though to count the undercounting? You have something called the measurement innovation task force. That was, I believe, very involved. So what is that? How does that work? And how do you measure the measurer? It was giving a name to something that it works so well for the year before. We at the turn of the year into 2000 22, had taken the success we had in 2021. And that was working collaboratively with the heads of research from about 16 different TV companies, about 25 different professionals who were the absolute sort of top rockstars of research at all other companies. And who we worked with in terms of really understanding the breath of all of this and coming together with united voice and realized that as opposed to having an initiative that had some acronym in some intent, we were just simply going to give a name to something that had been working so well. And so that's the measurement innovation task force was born and we have a wide remit on things that are going on with the current currency that we need to keep an eye on. But the bigger piece of that is everything from is about the education to the marketplace of all of the alternatives that are out there and it's again about being able to use to use analytics and use intelligence and use education as a way to arm the marketer with everything they need in 22, 23, 24, 25, to move their business forward. And to do so with a lot of these emerging instruments and to think of everything as opposed to what had been kind of a by default..

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"nielsen" Discussed on AdExchanger Talks

AdExchanger Talks

05:04 min | 2 months ago

"nielsen" Discussed on AdExchanger Talks

"And what's interesting is those are downloaded by some of the most senior executives in our entire directory of executives. And so we wind up being the four dummies or the cheat sheet or the here's how we're going to help you get smart and relaxed and exhale and realize that, look, we're going to try to help you sell more stuff here and that's how we're going to look at media. We're not going to get into its tech complexity. We're going to get into its ability to motivate and change consumers. Speaking of terms, I've never heard the term screener Y before. Yes. That's interesting. I don't know if I stole it or invented it, but I use it. I think that's one of the great things about advertising is you can, you know, we're an unregulated industry and you can invent your own stuff all the time. Okay, well, I want to get into the Nielsen measurement saga because it really is, it is a saga. I'm almost expecting Netflix or Hulu or somebody to green light like a docuseries about this. I think it could work. Yeah, like as if. So let's start at the start. And I have what I think might be a deceptively simple question, which is what went wrong. And I think that's deceptively simple because Nielsen's challenges have been brewing for a long time, but they only really came to a head during the pandemic. So let's go back there and explain what happened. So the VAB is involved in all of this came about because our many of our major members had been asking asking for straightforward answers to straightforward questions for as much as four months plus from Nielsen. And it had to do with a lot of what turned out to be it started as unexplainable anomalies in a lot of the viewing patterns that transformed to things that were just utterly that were not defendable or believable. And so I think that the root of what had transpired if you go behind the scenes and I'll make this as simple as possible is so what you have at Nielsen, you know, you've got a panel of high 30s to 40,000 some odd people. That takes a lot of time, a lot of maintenance, a lot of cost and these people have to push buttons and they need to be trained and they need to be recruited and they need to be turned over and you need to be constantly tweaking this panel of 45 40 some odd homes that are used to be representative of the entire nation's viewing. It is costly and to be able to do that against the amazing matrix multiplicity of networks and programs and then you throw in streaming and then you throw in all of the synchronous and asynchronous viewing. And it was an enormity that was essentially the panel system was getting overwhelmed pre COVID. But then what happened was they no longer had the ability to do in home servicing as of March of 2020, pandemic had broken out..

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"nielsen" Discussed on AdExchanger Talks

AdExchanger Talks

05:23 min | 2 months ago

"nielsen" Discussed on AdExchanger Talks

"Also. Yeah, they're ever vigilant and I remember as a kid watching Twilight Zone on black and white when I was probably like 8 years old or something like that. And when you've got a hypersensitive cat to noises outside and you're watching something that you're a little afraid of when you're 8 and all of a sudden the cat whips its head around towards the window and surprised alarm, it's a little unnerving. So I remember that. I love classic Twilight Zone. Well, so I want to ask you my favorite icebreaker question, which is tell me something about yourself that it doesn't, I don't know, come up all the time or something that not everybody knows about you. Probably the polarity of when I'm not working. And there is some of that time. Of that my brain is either switched on to it's a whole polarity thing, either musical theater, or high level competitive ice hockey. Example, I just spent 6 days in the UK, my eldest daughter was spent a semester, her junior year abroad at the British American drama academy, and so we not only got to see her perform and everything like that. But naturally, what did we do? We went out and we saw in London a book of Mormon. We went out and we saw a 6. And so I've been told I've been given the title theater debt. So I've got that. And then I spend the rest of my life freezing in hockey rinks with my two other children who play high level hockey. And we put about 45,000 miles a year on a car in that pursuit and very often these things happen to happen in the same weekend. So I live sort of a plot. It's not right Blaine. It's not right brain left brain, but it's right something left something. And it's a polarized existence, but in somewhere in the middle is sanity, because neither of them are they're both sort of extremes. But I think I do like them together. So that's what you might not know about me is that there's a constant battle in my head between show tunes and reeks I've been in in Saskatchewan. So I am going to attempt a segue, something to do with where the puck is going. Thank you. Thank you. That just occurred to me. So we're going to talk like I said about Nielsen and some of their struggles, what's going on with their undercounting and the status of that whole saga. But first, what is the VAB exactly? And who do you represent? And tell me in a very small nutshell. Like a pine nutshell, which I Googled, and apparently that is the smallest nut out there. Yeah, we're an insight company. And we serve marketers. We are, if you will bought and paid for by the multi screen TV publishers distributors and the whole ecosystem, we from every type of advertising video company that you can imagine is either a member or soon to be one. And what we do, we had for the longest time been just a habitual publishers of insight guides and marketers guides and things that 10,000 or so marketers are asking us questions about constantly so it could be about streaming. I'd be available to cultural, it could be about identity. And then the other thing we do is we call advocacy, and that's we represent multi screen TV ad.

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Oscars audience tops 15 million, exceeding last year

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Oscars audience tops 15 million, exceeding last year

"Television ratings for the Academy Awards were up from last year but the show is not a run away hit it once was marches are a letter with the latest preliminary Nielsen figures show an estimated fifteen point three six million viewers tuned in for the Oscars on Sunday with a more detailed report expected Tuesday compare that to the twenty twenty Oscars which had twenty three point six million viewers and was the smallest Oscars audience ever until last year's pandemic Oscars which had nine point eight five million viewers producers trying to boost ratings this year by having three hosts an awarding eight categories before the broadcast the research company samba TV says the confrontation between Will Smith and Chris rock did not have a significant effect on viewership

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This year's Super Bowl attracted more than 112 million viewers, up 14% from last year

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 4 months ago

This year's Super Bowl attracted more than 112 million viewers, up 14% from last year

"The TV ratings for the Super Bowl are up from last year I marches are a letter with the latest an estimated one hundred twelve point three million people saw the Los Angeles rams beat the Cincinnati Bengals Sunday according to the Nielsen company that breaks down to ninety nine point two million from NBC viewers one point nine million on Telemundo and eleven point two million streaming last year's Superbowl had an audience of ninety six point four million from the CBS broadcast and streaming which was the lowest for a Super Bowl in fifteen years

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NFL divisional round averages record 38.2 million viewers

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 5 months ago

NFL divisional round averages record 38.2 million viewers

"Football football football football scored scored scored scored big big big big with with with with TV TV TV TV viewers viewers viewers viewers over over over over the the the the weekend weekend weekend weekend and and and and that that that that meant meant meant meant a a a a big big big big ratings ratings ratings ratings spike spike spike spike Sunday's Sunday's Sunday's clash clash clash between between between the the the Buffalo Buffalo Buffalo Bills Bills Bills and and and Kansas Kansas Kansas City City City Chiefs Chiefs Chiefs had had had more more more drama drama drama than than than many many many Super Super Super Bowl Bowl Bowl matchups matchups matchups and and and the the the ratings ratings ratings reflected reflected reflected that that that Nielsen Nielsen Nielsen reports reports reports the the the game game game drew drew drew nearly nearly nearly forty forty forty three three three million million million TV TV TV viewers viewers viewers most most most for for for any any any events events events since since since the the the last last last Super Super Super Bowl Bowl Bowl that that that game game game capped capped capped a a a big big big NFL NFL NFL weekend weekend weekend with with with all all all four four four playoff playoff playoff games games games averaging averaging averaging just just just over over over thirty thirty thirty eight eight eight million million million viewers viewers viewers on on on TV TV TV and and and digital digital digital viewing viewing viewing that that that it's it's it's up up up twenty twenty twenty percent percent percent over over over last last last year's year's year's numbers numbers numbers and and and Nielsen Nielsen Nielsen says says says it's it's it's the the the best best best ever ever ever for for for the the the NFL's NFL's NFL's divisional divisional divisional round round round of of of playoffs playoffs playoffs I'm I'm I'm Oscar Oscar Oscar wells wells wells Gabriel Gabriel Gabriel

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Ryan Seacrest still king of New Year's Eve television

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 6 months ago

Ryan Seacrest still king of New Year's Eve television

"The the battle battle of of the the new new year's year's eve eve whose whose has has now now been been settled settled well well drunk drunk then then might might drop drop that's that's how how we we win win for for Ryan Ryan Seacrest Seacrest as as twenty twenty twenty twenty one one rolled rolled into into twenty twenty twenty twenty two two Nielsen Nielsen reports reports the the man man who who inherited inherited Dick Dick Clark's Clark's new new year's year's eve eve franchises franchises still still number number one one no no matter matter what what Andy Andy Cohen Cohen has has to to say say on on the the matter matter the the ABC ABC broadcast broadcast reach reach nineteen nineteen point point six six million million viewers viewers between between eleven eleven thirty thirty and and twelve twelve thirty thirty AM AM and and in in the the fifteen fifteen minutes minutes around around the the midnight midnight that that audience audience jumped jumped to to twenty twenty four four point point two two million million people people that that was was a a blow blow to to a a drunken drunken Cohen Cohen who who co co hosted hosted CNN's CNN's coverage coverage from from New New York York he he got got attention attention for for referring referring to to Seacrest Seacrest quote quote group group of of losers losers among among other other things things two two days days later later a a sobered sobered up up Colin Colin apologize apologize saying saying he he was was stupid stupid and and drunk drunk and and feeling feeling it it I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel

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World Series TV viewers for Braves-Astros up 37% for Game 3

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 8 months ago

World Series TV viewers for Braves-Astros up 37% for Game 3

"Watching the World Series this year the numbers indicate more of us are last year's World Series was played at a neutral site appropriate because TV viewers seem not to care one way or the other this year though it's different with the fall classic back to its traditional format and with fans back in the stands in both cities TV ratings are up case in point Friday's game three one by Atlanta Nielsen reports it drew a six point one rating and more than eleven million viewers on fox Saturday's game four also in Atlanta win to a seven point two rating and Sunday's contest which saw Houston call back from an early deficit to a nine point one rating with either of the next two games having the potential to clinch the series viewership is expected to go even higher I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"nielsen" Discussed on AdExchanger Talks

AdExchanger Talks

05:24 min | 8 months ago

"nielsen" Discussed on AdExchanger Talks

"Load when they're add sponsored video doesn't work well with interrupted too much, neither does audio. And so given that, that means there's actually going to be less supply prices are going to go up. Because you've got less chances to reach people. And that means you've really got to measure it very precisely because it's worth more. And so some of these tools work well for targeting, but I don't think they're going to work as well for measurement. Especially as scarcity increases in the industry. So this is probably a good time to talk a little bit about the one platform because as all of this drama plays out in the foreground behind the scenes, you guys have been working on metrics for cross platform measurement that's been a priority. So just what progress has been made and what still has to happen at Nielsen, but also I don't know more broadly in the industry on the road to true cross platform measurement. Yeah, so thanks for the question. And all the accreditation noise is about broadcast, which is, as I said, now below half of most target demos. So I do think it's important we be cross media first and not take our eye off that ball. I basically say we're focused on three things to make that happen, which are largely in line with what we heard from the advertisers. One is coverage. We have to cover everything. And I think Nielsen does have an advantage in being able to cover all media both broadcast and cable, of course. And digital. And we've made a lot of progress bringing that in. We made a lot of progress using personal portable meters, which were built on the audio side, but also using those to measure out of home, which is another important part of coverage. As I said, getting streaming meters up to 18,000 homes, increasing the number of platforms we measure from ten to 17..

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"nielsen" Discussed on AdExchanger Talks

AdExchanger Talks

05:58 min | 8 months ago

"nielsen" Discussed on AdExchanger Talks

"So this is why Nielsen is so interesting to be as kind of a capstone of all that is bringing all that knowledge of media and particularly digital media from both the buy side and the sell side. I think just gives me some insight and some client empathy as we're moving forward as a company, serving both sides of the equation. It's been, though, I think you would agree a challenging, maybe an interesting transitional year. It's been I think a tough year so far. And I want to read you the headline of a story that at exchanger published back in 2018, which was as the measurement space shifts underfoot. What can Nielsen do to keep its spot? I mean, that was several years ago. And I think it's still like a relevant question because obviously Nielsen is Nielsen. But there are all of these challenges that are getting closer and closer, not so much on the far horizon. And so I'll, I guess I'll tweak the question that headline a little bit and say, like, what is Nielsen doing right now to keep its spot as the measurement space? Radically transforms. Yeah, and listen, I don't think anyone's entitled to a spot. You've got to be the currency of choice, which we still are. And I think we're the only accredited only audited service out there. We're going to work on re earning the accreditation. But there's a lot of depth to what we do. And it's still is the currency that people use to transact on. And even last night, Netflix was mentioning Nielsen data in its own earnings release. So I think we remain quite relevant. And important. And I think we've got to just continue to execute well to make sure we're serving the needs of the market today tomorrow and going forward. And it is changing. So I think we are really focused on Nielsen one and that's really about making sure that the buyers and sellers have a consistent comparable full coverage.

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Troubled Nielsen to update measurements for local television

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 10 months ago

Troubled Nielsen to update measurements for local television

"Who's watching TV and when maybe big changes in the way that question will be answered going back to the days of black and white TV with rabbit ear antennas on the top the Nielsen company has been keeping tabs on TV viewership and as those big to base set seven given way to HD flat screens Nielsen is starting to change it to methods the ratings company has been under fire by the networks were not keeping up with the times and have even put out feelers to recruit other companies to do the counting but now Nelson says it will starting cooperating homes that have cut the cord is they now getting the local the networking programming on line instead of over the air or through cable there's a lot of money at stake Nielsen's measurements are used to govern how billions in ad dollars are spent I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Emmy ratings up to 7.4 million viewers this year

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 10 months ago

Emmy ratings up to 7.4 million viewers this year

"The ratings for the Emmy awards are in this year's Emmy awards provided something that all television award shows desperately need a sign that viewers have not completely lost interest in watching the Sunday broadcasts increased its viewing audience something that is rare for a televised award show these days Nielsen reports seven point four million people watch that is a significant uptick from the six point one million who watched last year's socially distanced affair where some winners had their trophies delivered to them by people in hazmat suits the other good news Sunday's total also surpassed the twenty nineteen audience of six point nine million I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"nielsen" Discussed on Tamarindo

Tamarindo

02:40 min | 10 months ago

"nielsen" Discussed on Tamarindo

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"nielsen" Discussed on Tamarindo

Tamarindo

07:59 min | 10 months ago

"nielsen" Discussed on Tamarindo

"You don't have a broad understanding. Yeah that's exactly right. Oh and i. I think you know anyone listening here. That's a creative. They're very much more familiar with that roadblock and we need more and more people but are you feeling hopeful cure undemanding than we've talked to show for example so we've seen a little bit of change. I don't know if you're measuring this but just in maybe in your own anecdotally. Are we seeing progress in that front lakers. I gave you a number earlier. That rep let's talk to just about casting. Representation on screen and twenty twenty was six percent for letting sunscreen and again. That's the monolith we can break that down we break and actually i did bring some numbers with me for afro latin exile. Lgbtq let we can break it down and look specifically but overall. We're going to bucket it for this conversation. It was six percent last year first. Quarter of this year. it's already above ten percents. Oh yeah brunson dot com for this. It's all about the numbers you got a measure it it is. It is changing and that's even thinking a lot about content was developed last year when we were under such strict rules around getting together and developing content. So let's challenge. There is at the other thing that's really driving it again is is is streaming and other content. That's not necessarily mainstream. Most of the representation we see is streaming and so really kudos to a lot of to to net flicks and to a lot of these streaming providers who are the ones that are bringing those stories to america's is to america's living room. That's awesome well. That's something hopeful. What are you seeing in terms of news consumption. What are they focusing on right. Now we're in the middle of the year. We're passing election so like what are what is news consumption looking light so i am so glad you asked me that. I actually and i think we prepared this part. But i will tell you. I just looked at at a bunch of different data around missing information. I am very very concerned. Not just around. In general about misinformation specifically in language so in spanish language content thankfully for those that are online. My my super super favorite right. Now is dr maurice. Co if you're not familiar with dr maurice. Gonzalez's police find him on instagram. You will be delighted by his content which is all about his specifically about health and wellness. And i just love this content so much but i feel like more in language content like he is delivering. That is really truth and center. Seated is so important when it comes specifically to news we know that latinos are consuming most of our content through social. That's why having valid social voices that are you know that are are really centered and truth is really important specifically. I'll tell you one thing that was really interesting to me. As we were watching the uprisings that took place earlier in july around the cuban community and around what was happening in cuba that generally we looked at all. News consumption overall. All news for all people went down a little bit. After the fourth of july people consume less news as per usual banat cubans we were able to isolate cubans in miami and in los angeles so very far from the heart of a lot of the the peaceful protests in support of the cuban people. Were taking place. We saw that news. In for example in my in los angeles news consumption among cubans went up seventeen percent and whereas miami news. I'm sorry nationally. Where news was flat or went down from july seventh. We saw that for the latino community. That is cuban news consumption. Went up so this was really interesting. Not just among cubans but among all hispanics to get a better understanding of what's happening in this corner of our community. Yeah it's this is fascinating to see Well and for folks. That may not be as familiar. What's going on that got the community fired up Having them out in the streets what is it. Sos cuba tell us the snapshot as we all know for sixty two years cuba has been under an incredibly oppressive regime. My family left cuba in the in. The i guess it would be early. Sixties late fifties and the stories that i have from my family are are of course painful and tragic but the truth is again. We talk about privilege right. I mean this we. We are privileged to have had. It wasn't easy and everybody just couldn't go. You had to have resources you had to have to be able to leave so really those that were able to leave already. Were sort of a group of people that had privileged resource access. So i i think it's interesting when we need to be very fair in real about that so my family will Was able to leave but for so many years What was originally a promise of socialism. And i don't mean to go all the history here but originally a promise of healthcare for all education for all has crumbled into far less than that and has resulted in incredible incredible dictatorial oppression for the community. We'll leave it at that. And that's i visited cuba just a few years ago and with my own eyes witnessed quickly when i got there too that i think what i had in my head and what the reality was or two entirely different things and i remember coming home from that trip. I did take my kids with me. We saw our family remember coming home and people asking me how was it. Was it beautiful. Was it like what i see on instagram. And i remember very specifically my response being no it was. It wasn't a vacation no people said. How is your vacation. I said it was not a vacation was sort of like like a mission. It was like a finding journey. But i don't think. I knew that until i got there and that was my own experience a long time ago so anyway what has unfolded is as many as in many uprising it is the afro cubans the black community again. Leading leading the way for justice social justice and and visibility not just the black community in cuba black artists community right and so there was a lot behind it you can. Google pats divy to learn a little bit more not only about the song that sort of about the movement mementos sunny see. There's a lot you can learn about but the community for the first time in ever significantly this happened before but not the significantly came to the streets in cuba demanding for healthcare for You know of course. Cuba covert is taking a terrible toll there but water. Food this really. It's really crumbled and as that happened and news started making its way the. Us cuban community found the opportunity to raise our voices in support of our brothers and sisters at home quite literally our brothers and sisters at home and so that is the movement and was interesting. Is that it wasn't just central to cubans in miami. But it was rather latinos in general found that this story was a story that they wanted to learn more about and support. Yeah not so. That definitely puts a helps. Sun makes sense of the news. Right the reason why cubans. You can zero in on cuban consumption. Well thank you so much. It's always so fascinating just to learn the numbers and the trends and the progress that we're making in the distance we still have to go but to 'cause our conversation know we always do a rapid fire fun questions and it's always a treat to have you so we'll start with the good news. So what are you celebrating. What are you giving a shout out. What is something that you want to get your two. 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CocoHub's Founding Idea - Yakir Buskilla CEO of CoCoHub Talks Chatbots and Virtual Humans - Voicebot Podcast Ep 218 - burst 05

The Voicebot Podcast

02:33 min | 1 year ago

CocoHub's Founding Idea - Yakir Buskilla CEO of CoCoHub Talks Chatbots and Virtual Humans - Voicebot Podcast Ep 218 - burst 05

"So tell me about cocoa hub. So what was appealing to you about it. Because cocoa hub is. It's got roots in a company. That's been around for a while. But it's renew formulation. So maybe tell people a little bit about cocoa hub and what appealed to you coming over from l. Which was pretty good. Roll over at nielsen. Yeah so as i said. I don't thin. May browser is the as go. Founder at coco and was working foaming person in person initially Bill premium boats for many big brands and he seems to what he understood in. I joining together under a we understood as a problem in this industry. And you know he's coming from this kind of building. Premium butts any sells it every time. zero basically redoing the same world and they need to start from scratch for every board. They're building and mind again. The end result is good because they're building Wing boards for a big Can pay out of money It failed that indians The must be bidding way to Billboards and also over time is that most of the studios that operated bags understood Clients are not willing to face so much money for boards anymore. Because you know the technology become More and more commodity and people do expect to get access to this very a cool technology but the also expect to not pay a premium fee. So i think that this is An understanding the tweeden. This is why we decided to start o-obviously ideal of making conversation of technology in making conversations of what's accessible accre. Want anyone to be able to build aboard the conversation which means that you can speak with the but fluently in a native language like you don't need to press buttons. It's not similar to an ideology students. You can build about very easily in metal few clicks and you can do it for price. Should be i. I will say that. It should be achieved of their out for most people for most businesses

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Yakir Buskilla CEO of CoCoHub Talks Chatbots and Virtual Humans

The Voicebot Podcast

02:01 min | 1 year ago

Yakir Buskilla CEO of CoCoHub Talks Chatbots and Virtual Humans

"Welcome to the voice by podcast. Thanks thank you for giving me well very happy to have you your brand new. And you're all at a cocoa hub Let's let's start back little bit here in terms of your background and we could actually talk about nielsen but since. I know that you started coding. When you were a young child Why don't we talk about how you got into technology and how that's shaped the way you think about what you're doing in your career at this point so when did you when did you first. Wouldn't you code your first program or website or So i sent it. I got exposed to computers in general valley early stage Early age And i started coding. I sink when i was around. Nine ten Initially i was building websites Initially for fun. And i was always intrigued by debility to build something from scratch that People can actually use can Consuming content can use it for achieving all kinds of gold still. It was very interesting to me. Decent dial field and the later stage You know we need. Everyone need to serve in the army. So i joined the army and i was a serving in there In an intelligence unit in these rally military and he's not surprised because I i like most of the people at many people in israel who later joined the tech industry served in this specific intelligence unit zero. I worked on several projects again. Everything was around Technology and programming.

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"nielsen" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

09:20 min | 1 year ago

"nielsen" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"I i kind of have the file prepared. I often. there's only so many things that can happen like they can attack or they can stop pooling. If you're just know exactly what you're doing so you don't have to think about in the moment when it happened so i knew okay. If one of them goes i close him straightaway because then it's not so hot to close and attack compared to if they get the gap and then you wanna get on your. I'm looking at get on get as looking at me and minimize at the same time. Just hammering on the pedals. Then he'll be a hard man to to shut down but if you know straightaway if he's going i'm just in his wheel. No questions asked. And i think also they could feel it probably that attack. I didn't actually say no. No nobody at times so so that was also a paid we at normally if you're not strong sprint. At least you're just have to do it to say you tried if you're gonna lose sprint and then it's not going to hurt your sprint. That much student doing just try something. You can't be lucky that the sitting looking at john seems pretty. Happy just to get second third. Yeah thing more my. He definitely didn't have a good sprints. It seemed like he was. He was happy just to to write in for for the podium and year i think he he came up with a good spring digest. Had a better one lady out from the front and those guys got nine away. What was that like to ron stage. You're like well it's happened. That was insane. yeah I just took the front and looking back. I was feeling that the strongest. And so i didn't want any of them in my way almost was was a really big because even though the the wealth us being it's to the two is It's a different level in speaking to to win a race. But i think maybe for the the normal and not like bike interesting person. They're winning station. The to is that that means everything. That's bigger than than the big warranty racist. They don't really know those. But what if you're saying. I want to stay in the two of them. I'll be like oh shit is sinful. Rubai revived trumps. Everything on the wall of cycling by meet people in the on the street. They maybe they don't know for pampa but everybody knows is to and not only opinion to off one one estate. It's it's a big thing. It's it's also something that's never never gets old. I think i have that for the rest of my life. If if i want one thing forced agents have to denmark but okay exclude but it's not Yeah now some years ago and yeah whatever. No but let's let's talk about con is now in the f. Couple of years at astanin. And then you saw to come across the af. I lift drainage came across af and it really did feel and yen's kugler also came across two years at lauder. A good friend of al's altogether at at mitchelson grange or whatever you wanna call it. And then we all met backup af and it really on and on that. You really didn't feel like we'd vein away from hr. It was a funny thing. These bonds we created back in that team. It just felt like we were on the same program for two years and then all of sudden move back in the same team. Has you feeling bain now across the same and the direction you want to go yourself. You've moved away from the cobbled classics. You saw to find out who you are as raw as you. Just sort of alluded there. You regard that needs all likes to have a bit of tension on the legs in the peleton you personally. But also the other riders once the other rod is get. Todd seems like to me. You come into your d- sheer great. Example impairing ace. These was an amazing sage wayne when everyone was very tied and same. Like you would just doing the same old thing. What are you starting to discover about yourself now in the third tame korea. What are you learning about yourself. And what sort of direction you see yourself going coming up now with magnus the erasure for me that's also been Been looking into an and thinking about off. The first many years professional off done the kaaba classics. And that's the ones i want us to do. i see them as the biggest raises. But that's not where. I've had my my results when when i look back so so looking at that i was thinking. Okay maybe i should try and focus a bit more on on where i actually have done the best. It's in stages and state rate and And then ingrained to us so coming to to you if there was a bit of the plan not yeah not not going for the cobbled classics but a bit more stage races a bit more of these these stages when went into media stages where you can really say is that is. It is not a pure brand. Maybe it's a breakaway and it's it's really hot hot so also predict what's happening but Yeah if if. I'm that at the end of the day. Whether it's it's maybe a breakaway all reduce bunch. Then i have a good chance and normally but it's also really a hot days to yeah to predict and they can't be difficult also for team to to control and set up correctly. Where is magnus court gonna leave when he finishes suckling. You gonna end up back at the island. What's your plan. Might you now in in dora and then you go back to denmark. Sometimes sometimes you're in spine your all around the place where you gonna end up going to be back on the island. What's what's the future hall for magnus. Yeah i don't know thing phenomena don't have a girlfriend wife so. I think that can really change the picture. Suddenly if if she comes in and has an opinion Of her own. Then maybe i follow. Otherwise i think could end up on the island back on on bond home when i retire. I still having learned spanish or catalan. That's pretty impressive. Thing off the join the club. Horrible yeah really up on the data integration. So i don't think i will be living there After my career. I really like it for. Let's rainiest great and both in spain on that door and Yeah that was the main reason. Also there's a lot of bike. Riders can go and training with thing. If i i stopped cycling a loose all of that and then i'm lifting our country. Wow conradi speak to so a lot of people nas might. We'll explain nas gettin should i have. Everyone's enjoyed understanding how what takes what's behind the the glosses site. Thanks for being on the bottom line. Yeah finger thanks for having me there. We have it. Magnus quote nielsen. A little in his life before he was asako so as he grew up asakusa but more importantly he's lost now as a pro and what he's achieving. i think he's too so much. More companies korea thought was really exciting to find out a little bit about different saw to The pro peleton there. What you think longueuil. Yeah well first of all just made me look at the map of denmark because The number of little islands around the mine The mainland of and of course next year is going to be huge. Isn't it for danish cycling because of twitter. Franz the guerande power will be in copenhagen a delayed of course because of the pandemic but Fingers crossed we will be in denmark for the star of the tool to france in twenty twenty two and That will be a big year. I'm sure he'll be wanting to be on the start line. And a real big danish contingent now in the peleton. I think never eleven teams in the two to france this year. Weren't that So it's a it's a it's a big country and as i was talking to your free on regular cycling podcast and he was talking about the the intensity of the media spotlight from the danes. Lots of tv crews and news crews and journalists from demark follow cycling more danes covering the tool than slovenians which you might sound a bit. Strange considering Paul gotcha has been dominant this year. but yeah a big big cycling nation denmark so interesting to hear about magnitsky's Journey from the beginning into the pro sports and it just made me think about your experience on this side of the fence. Mitch and wondered what you made of. How little of the race. The journalists get to see because of all the ground they have to cover. I mean i'm whether you thought grand tour you know. You sometimes see the same journalist of the straw and at the finish. You know you've written two hundred kilometers inbetween and you probably not visualize what their days been like. But now you know it's funny say that Because as a song because she thinks you're sort of going along at a sort of slow place in comparison to a car or whatever that may be but actually it's pretty hunt by the time you say the rod is off you'll behind the rod is and i have the direct route..

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"nielsen" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"nielsen" Discussed on Broken Record

"Came up with the rift So what i was doing it. Here's buddy jack in in the booth. When i was planning to retire agenda initial. I wish i would have had rick cold turkey. Cla- clapton choked up. clapton froze. You could only play the one live. Wow that's a high compliment. So how was how were they to work with our john Great great. you know. it's like were they. Were terrific in the musician. It's just cool. And he was a great rhythm player. Too and i'm good rhythm player and it's like together just kinda worked out and like We enjoyed each other's company. Then i hope to take him out guitar shopping after after the sessions. Not that day. But i gave him one of my guitars. Because i said we're going to japan the next day and After the session. And i'll get back later. I got back three years after he was murdered. Now that's sad so into the eighties with with cheap trick. And i still can't quite believe this but you guys had this run of great hits great albums but then you record label decided that you had to like bring in professional writers. Yeah that'd beat up my eagle. You ra much like we weren't gonna we weren't somebody else in we. Don't try to make us into somebody else. And we didn't have a label or a producer or a management dip stuck up for us. You know we. We would always done. Editor people's material first album did terry reads on. We did Roy wood's songs you know. Beatles hit you did stuck to. That was our own picking and here we got now. We're doing something that's not written by us like It just didn't make sense to me and still doesn't there. Did you have to go right with some more. These toll roads and i'm not opposed to that but this was ari signed sealed delivered. Yeah before we had the flame when that came up when we did they We did a record with todd. Rundgren next position please on that they had us doing a motor song. Dance night away. Jesus so are you the kind of guy that just walks around with your iphone and if you get an idea just record it you've got a little. Snatches of idea got tons of bad ideas. I've always done that written stuff. Downs like my one is like middle of night. Wake up on. oh man. is this something here. Then you wake up as chocolate milk. You know it's like how did that turn. Why was that important enough to write it. So there's there's usually something there. So i mean i've got tons of that kind of stuff that my wife says the f. word finish finishing writing sizes like a producer. Say something to me like well. What's the third verse like. I said what did you like the first one before i spend the time to write. The you know that's goes into. The arranging of surrender starts off beef. And then the first versions alvarez there'd be third versus and see modulate up that's an arrangement you know not release it so much song you love doing those kinds of modulations in songs. Yeah it's cool. it's better than gone. And hey of a good song or into junk. Not hey all right. What's been great talking to you. Look cool great great album. i hope everybody listens. It's just a lot of fun. Well thank you very much thanks to rick nielsen for running through some of the highlights of his career with us here in another world our favorite cheap trick tracks head to broken record podcast where we also have a playlist of some of our favorite power. Pops you should subscribe to her. Youtube channel. Youtube dot com slash broken record pockets three confined all of our new episodes. You can follow us on twitter at broken record. Broken record is produced helping arose. Jason gambro team dollars sandler and jennifer sanchez with engineering. Help from nick shaffi. Executive producer is meal. A bet you love this. Show and others. From pushkin industries considered become an pushing pushing a podcast subscription that offers bonus content and add free listening four ninety nine look for push. Nick exclusively on apple podcast. Subscription broken record is production of pushing industries themes by kenny beats. I'm just spending more on groceries this past year. Wanting to order weekday takeout. Whether you're spending on the essentials like groceries or even splurging on dinner from your favorite local restaurant do so with your discover credit card because only discover automatically matches all the cash. Back you've earned at the end of your first year and it's so easy earn cashback since discover card is accepted at ninety nine percent of places in the us. Take credit cards when it comes to discover get used to hearing. Yes more often. Learn more at discover.com/match limitations. Apply twenty twenty one nelson report..

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"nielsen" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"nielsen" Discussed on Broken Record

"You listening to a head. Really thought of it. Before it sounds a lot like peter townsend to me. We hit two cords equally hard. Was he influence on you. Oh yeah who is the best live band ever. I played with them open for them. When mckee's moves it still wrong and what was that like. I was great. 'cause we read a bomb in actually knew there saw we. We open forum it. A majestic hills and lake geneva was in one thousand nine sixty eight two weeks. After we'd open for frank zappa. The mothers engine. You know you're were the band when you came out. Did everybody liked the heavy metal guys. Liked you. the new wave guys like you. What's not to like well. Let's not but you just appealed to such a wide group of like everybody could agree on cheap trick even if they disagreed about everything else seems like that. I mean i heard that from a lot of people. I mean like the ramones like cheap break and joey did a number of our sons ages. Southern girls came to see asked asked. He's like he's from new york. We're from the chicago area. We never really saw them unless we went to see him. We didn't know him personally. So we start meeting. These guys was kind of fun and the new york dolls. They came to see us play. I wanna go way back again because you grew up in a musical family. Yes i did. Tell me about that. My father was an opera singer and he was also religious. Kind of saying he's saying with billy graham He had a radio show in chicago on. Wnba which is a moody bible institute. Were were both my grandfathers graduated from. They were both ministers so i was raw music. My dad was choir director in world. War two is captain and he was served dilution islands in roswell new mexico but he was always around music and My dad was choir director of church in rockford but we went to chicago to the baptist church of those times. Here's a white guy with a black woman and they're singing his great music and everybody's having fun at this is it. Then i go back to as the stuff is like put you to sleep music for me. It's like what i do wrong. I do not like my father. Also did the operated barbara seville which i walked on stage. When i was three years old supposedly Walked out on. Stage doing urban seville and people started laughing clap. And that's this is what i like this so i like it when people laugh and clap and then wasn't a direct route to all this stuff but you so i was around these kind of wacky artists so i worked in my dad's music store where i goofed off mostly so i'd see everybody. You know. sam kennison actually rented a pa when he was a evangelist he and his brother l. Amazing was there a moment when sir pop music came on the scene or rock music. I started playing drums. Let there be drums. I think it was one of sandy nelson gene crew. I like that stuff in plus music on on. Drums is a sorta like mathematics. And i was always good at math. You know like instead of one two three four drums. When e enda to e end three. I could write out music like that. Although i couldn't really read it. I knew how to write it up for me. That really helped me later in songwriting and then as it progressed. I started playing bands as a drummer and the guitar. Players were always even us rolling stone saw or something. I didn't know how to play guitar. But i knew there were playing the wrong note. So get off the drums. And i figure out what the part wasn't after after too much of that. I just decided to give up the drums and find. Some kid could counter to four bedrooms. And i just taught myself on a play guitar. Did you just get a guitar from your dad's shop. I actually got a guitar from mother. It was it was a goya. swedish brand. nylon string. Guitar was my first one. I still have it. It doesn't sound any goodness kind of smashed up broken. But that's that's how i kind of learned it was the neck was wider and stuff so actually learned how to play a more difficult instrument instead of this easy stuff. So i got in here. You're the sort of guitar hero do people. But you're not the kinda guy that stays up on stage in plays like ten minutes. So oh i hate that. That's why years ago i should. I stack my guitars. One on top of commissar writer in an entertainer. I'm not really a virtuoso off you. My solos are short to the point. The song is more important than me. And you have all your solo parts in all your licks worked out before you go on stage. Well if i know the songs you know sort of like angus younger someone who just gets up there and plays plays well. He plays a lot of the stuff that these worked out. And you'll have stuff that's on the record so that you know i'll change it if if it's bad is usually what i do is like a place something that's realistic. According to me. And it's like. I don't know how to explain it on this new records like i don't sound like i'm this old is sound like this. Sometimes i i would do a solo. That's more like The mc five. Or neil young. He one note. That's good enough. He plays it. Well yeah when you started playing electric guitar and you in bands. Who are the guitarist. Who influenced you to get that very particular sound. Well my favorite Went to see him. I was. I think the the first show of i'm not sure what you're sixty four the yardbirds jeff beck right from the start and i thought he was great then. I think he's great. He's still kind of my hero. And i sold on guitar in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight and the second list ball you ever owned really. Yeah i went. So i'm in chicago. The connecticut playroom what was it about his plan. You like so much you back then. It was like the guitar players. That you kinda knew about was a scotty moore and cheddi atkins but they had played with round wound strings and it just didn't sound right jeff beck some like house. Get that sound like i was backed under. There was no guitar magazine kind of things. I read an hip raider and it was like jeff beck. Get he says. Well i just punched up the speaker made it kinda raspy wherever course so. The first thing i did was we'll go punch speakers and that wasn't it. It's it's him. Me jeff beck to punch a hole in your speaker not anybody can. Yeah you gotta have the punch. We'll be right back with more from rick nielsen. After a quick break with discover you earn cashback on every purchase including your dinner for date night out new pajamas and in the past year. Probably that new streaming service to for me. I spend a lot of money on workout gear and work at tire. I'll put it all on my discover credit card. But maybe you're spending more groceries or.

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"nielsen" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"nielsen" Discussed on Broken Record

"Bands like green day and blink. One eighty two.

"nielsen" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"nielsen" Discussed on Broken Record

"Pushkin these days you have to keep everything moving and reinvent the wheel with a hybrid. You can do both. That's why manufacturers are going hybrid with ibm with watson on a hybrid cloud factories can use a to automate the little things so they can focus.

The Transformation of Audio Advertising: 3 Key Drivers

VOICE Global 2021

02:40 min | 1 year ago

The Transformation of Audio Advertising: 3 Key Drivers

"Three kind of key drivers that get us very excited. One is for the first time in the history of broadcast Through machine learning and through continental lyrics. We have context. We know what the customers listening to. And not just the the station or the the program or But like what were they talking about. Thirty seconds before the ad started. And what are they talking about. Afterwards so we can start to make advertising that's more contextual on more appropriate And less intrusive in the listening experience the the second point is got great address ability You know the broadcast industry for a long time was a one way medium where they broadcast out into the world and they didn't know who is listening had to kind of work with third parties like nielsen and arbitron and others to sort of assess their audience and understand who they were. We can understand that at a one to one level now And then the third leg of the stool to your point is interactivity. So you have context. And you know who you're talking to you can allow them to interact with brands. You can have them to interact and purchase You know items that they're hearing about in real time and so you know all of that together you know takes Audio from a place where you know largely i think marketers said well. It's great for brand awareness. It's great for frequency. But i don't really know of it's actionable. I don't really know whether it delivers real outcomes for me. And how to track that to a medium that can compete with video that can compete with display and that you know we can actually understand on a very detailed basis. Its performance caliber And i think that it's very exciting for everybody. It gets exciting for the customer. Because they start getting ads that are more appropriate more contextual and more engaging for them and less disturbing in the in the content consumption experience and it helps marketers tremendously because they can actually engage their audience in a way that's meaningful And that drives. I think hopefully a lot of value For the ecosystem of partners that were creating around the platform. So i think it's a very exciting time like i don't think we've ever been at this moment Before an audio but the thing. I'm i'm very sure about. Is you know over the next five years or so The days of of radio the way that we knew them Not only will. They be distant memories. People won't just be laughing at. Oh god you guys used to use tapes and record off the radio But they're gonna say oh. You never talk to an ad before right happens all the time. That's that's how it's designed now

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Nielsen Invests in New TV Ratings Platform After Selling Unit

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Nielsen Invests in New TV Ratings Platform After Selling Unit

"Jim Tesco. Over the last few months, Nielsen has been working on a new TV ratings platform that it believes will improve the way it measures viewership. New platform dubbed Nielsen. One will combine ratings from both live live TV and streaming when it debuts next year. It's hoping the new system will become the US standard for ratings by late

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Ellen DeGeneres to End Her TV Talk Show Next Year

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Ellen DeGeneres to End Her TV Talk Show Next Year

"Ellen DeGeneres is ending the TV talk show she has had since two thousand three I marches are a letter with the latest Ellen DeGeneres says her upcoming season will be her last the generous tells The Hollywood Reporter that as great and as fun as the show is it's just not a challenge anymore Nielsen data shows viewership of the Ellen DeGeneres show dropped by one point one million people this season she apologized in September after three producers left amid reports of a dysfunctional workplace involving racially insensitive remarks and sexual misconduct the last show will air in twenty twenty to

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Elon Musk Moves Ratings As Host of ‘Saturday Night Live’

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Elon Musk Moves Ratings As Host of ‘Saturday Night Live’

"The ratings are in for E. long musk and his appearance on Saturday Night Live during his monologue you on musk boasted about running Tesla and space X. now he can brag about boosting TV ratings for Saturday Night Live the ratings for his show average seven point three million viewers according to Nielsen that makes it the third most watched episodes for the season for the NBC comedy show the only wants to do better with the ones that were hosted by Dave Chapelle and Chris rock those two still have a must when it comes to comedy chops any praise for the billionaire's punch lines and deliveries during the show we're not like a rich person's foundation's charitable another area must fell short in touting doge coin the value of that cryptocurrency fell after the show aired in part because must did a comedy did in which he called it a hustle I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Biden Reaches 26.9 Million Viewers for Talk to Congress

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Biden Reaches 26.9 Million Viewers for Talk to Congress

"The ratings for president Joe Biden's first address to Congress are in Nielsen estimates that twenty six point nine million people watched Joe Biden's first address to Congress as a president it's the smallest audience for the yearly presidential speech since nineteen ninety three when the ratings company first began tallying viewership for such events the previous low also has a connection to buy didn't that was twenty sixteen from president Barack Obama's final state of the union address and in this case former president trump can claim bragging rights trump's final state of the union and his first speech to Congress after taking office both produce far higher ratings I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Oscar Viewership Rises To 10.4M In Final Numbers; Remains Least Watched Ever

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Oscar Viewership Rises To 10.4M In Final Numbers; Remains Least Watched Ever

"The ratings for Sunday's Oscars have been updated bigger but not necessarily better the Nielsen company has tweaked the ratings for Sunday's broadcast of the Academy Awards it now says the audience was ten point six million viewers the re tabulation pushes the audience into double digits when it comes to how many millions watched but it doesn't change the big picture that it's still a record low audience and that it's a nearly sixty percent drop off from last year show which until Sunday show and been the previous low water mark not long ago as many as thirty million people watch the Oscars but in recent years audiences for all kinds of awards shows have been on a steady decline I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Academy Awards Television Audience Plummets to 9.85 Million

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Academy Awards Television Audience Plummets to 9.85 Million

"Sunday's Academy Awards reached a new low in viewership marches are a letter with the latest the Nielsen company reports the audience for the Academy Awards was nine point eight five million viewers based on preliminary estimates compare that to last year's ratings of twenty three point six million which was the previous record for smallest audience usually the Oscars are one of the highest rated shows of the year but just about every award show lost viewers during the pandemic the Grammys the golden globes and the enemies all saw record low audiences in the past year

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"nielsen" Discussed on Culinary School Stories

Culinary School Stories

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"nielsen" Discussed on Culinary School Stories

"You could be doing something totally different and have no absolutely troll Correct definitely so. What are the educational opportunities than in the army of the military in general. If someone doesn't know an listening. I'm and i'm sure one just when you get out. You have that what they call the gi type bill there. You could go on and get other educates but what is it. When you're in the when you make a train you for a career for skills definitely it all boils down to the individual service. Servicemember has to take onus of that so if you have a desire to expand your your civilian education the opportunity is afforded to you and and it's a lot of criteria that based on to it so you know you can't be a troublemaker. You can't have administrative actions of of legal issues but as long as you don't have any legal issues of doing anything wrong in your professionalism conduct The army the army. At i can't i can't speak to the other branches service but the army has a program called gourmet et And so you you can attend classes and you get twelve hundred dollars per year to attend classes at the university of your choice and i mean in this day and age. The possibilities and selections are endless. Shout to yours douching Johnson wales is actually one on the authorized lists to to attend classes. And i know Johnson wills has coronary arts online program. And that's just one example but there there's tons of examples so you just you know we have to gear towards what your interest is in whatever curriculum. You wanna study. Did they help you with that. Like some life planning a career planning when you go in because if you get so on that's maybe right out of high school eighteen. They go in. You know they can say this is good. If you play cards right and get on a path here and in work it at the end you could come out. Okay right yeah absolutely. There's there. there is an immense amount of mentor ship in in the military. So you know the the people that are intermediate and seniors that have have a lot of tenure in the military. It's the concept and the ideals is to cultivate future leaders so whenever whenever you get into a leadership position it's really really embedded in into the minds of all of us to reach back and help the people behind us catch up to you and be your predecessor. Rv your successor. Excuse me and do. They help you with transition. Once you're on your way out yes absolutely. And i can't speak to the whole aspect of that as of yet because i'm not quite there but there. There is a transitional program of of preparing us for reentering the civilian sector and soon enough. I will be blessed with knowing that right. That's really interesting. And i know this probably people out there with questions in in if someone did have questions specific to your expertise that you know the question about the military something like that is their way that they could reach. You is there is there. You have a social media presence where they can get in touch with you to reach out and ask these of questions..

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"nielsen" Discussed on Culinary School Stories

Culinary School Stories

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"nielsen" Discussed on Culinary School Stories

"When you got out there in the industry it just something that was like missing. Yeah i thought i might Skill set my knowledge. Base of of working with garbage out in the industry was not quite on par with with the people that were already experienced in that in that realm. Now that school is it still there. Are they sold or do anything to ever go back to you. Still in touch with the school i i. I've reached out to them in the past but the they're no longer operation. Now right so you got your four years in the military and then you got another year of experience in culinary school and what happened next what happened. You went in the industry did they. They require you to do some kind of internship or did you find it on your own yet. I did internship For for about four months at the doubletree hotel jensen beach in portland oregon and ended up getting hired on after the internship and in the hayden island steakhouse there for for about a year and a half and i was the lead cook You know based on my my skill set of my experience you know. They hired me as the league. Cook And then after that i had a seven year break in service and from the marine corps to the army Got out of the marine corps. Ninety eight and i joined the army two thousand five during that seven year timeframe between i worked as a sous chef At the new york. New york hotel and casino on the las vegas strip. Wow yeah i i worked for. I worked for about one year. There and it was an awesome experience Great great position. And but at the same time i was i was missing something so you know being that. I served four years in the marine corps. I felt as though something wasn't fulfilled. In what i was doing on a daily basis and i really wanted to go back into the military so i decided to join the army because at that time the marine corps was we're not accepting prior service So i figured. I'd give it a shot and see what the army add offer and I was able to enlist in and do the same craft of being being a chef in the military..

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"nielsen" Discussed on Culinary School Stories

Culinary School Stories

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"nielsen" Discussed on Culinary School Stories

"Was located in portland oregon Downtown portland Initially chose the school based on affordability I wanted to go to the california coin academy but at the time the The what has now become the gi. Bill you know at that time. It was the montgomery gi bill so it wasn't wasn't too user friendly to the former service members. So i honestly the the conditions that my my life was in at that time i couldn't afford the california culinary academy. The tuition was too costly. So i chose western con institute and it was. It was a wonderful experience. it was a twelve month. Condense program and I primarily focused my mind desire curriculum on on the savery side of the corner yards. So i did have a small introduction to making pace you but but it was more so focused on savory now they give you any credit for your previous experience in the military learning how to cook or no. They started right from scratch. Essentially they started from scratch. Yes i was that you're already have for years military or not. The typical student was the other students that you were going to school with. Were they like right out of high school or were they. Career changes as well for the most part. All on my fellow students were right outta high school. There was that there was a handful of of a service industry experience individuals and a couple a couple of people at military experiences. Well Specifically a very good friend of mine To this day We were in the marine corps together and we were food service specialists in the marine corps. He and i went to school together so we chose to go there at the same time..

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