21 Burst results for "Ofcom"

"ofcom" Discussed on The Media Podcast with Olly Mann

The Media Podcast with Olly Mann

05:31 min | 2 months ago

"ofcom" Discussed on The Media Podcast with Olly Mann

"When if traditionally people haven't been that involved and suddenly it feels a little bit like trump and the supreme court where you're starting to try and get all of your p. in and you're is not even like there was a vacancy. I'm sure on a board. You can add an extra space if you need someone with particular finance skills at anything that would be difficult. It's not a good look. Is they used to be kind of general agreement about how these things were done. And that there was a sense of fair play and righteousness things and to suddenly go. We're going to get rid of two people to fill the board with people that we want is a potential red flag while fruitlessly anders massana by more than. Welcome to join the media. Podcast bowed out spices available. Let's talk about print now and a friend of the shaima. Kelly has been discussing his vision for the new european the paper he established and now owns with fellow investors He says it won't be for the metropolitan elite. Let's see what else has he been saying. They are hoping to increase sales through. Subscriptions rather than daily buys all revised and that they're hoping to get back to a leaf the twenty cases that they had pre pandemic pre pandemic was also in the height of brexit. So how successful. That might be now that the whole european map has changed. I'm not sure you'll see said that you can run a good weekly periodical. Because that's how he sees them even though that on the newspaper shelves with ten staff. What what do you think that may only have five stuff at the moment including the him mantis partner governor riley. So i wouldn't quite the moment put them in the same breath as the new statesman and the economist and the week in the spectator. Would you nowhere near that And it's very very worrying that he thinks you could run a quality publication on just ten stuff i. It's tough enough in the journalism world now with the amount of cuts in. I don't know a single newspaper. That's just an intense stuff. So i'm very intrigued. As to what sort of quality. He thinks he will be able to put out with that. You also says They're going to continue to work. Remotely boyd not have an office. Yeah that's quite interesting. You've you've spent your career in magazines. How would you feel if you never again had a base to return to. Well i have to say you If if anything is proven by This period that we've been in the you can absolutely put a magazine or newspaper together with no one working office. I mean that's that's completely the case. The staffing i think is interesting does thank you know that be include permanent full time members of staff. I think it's it's i think. They have loads of contributions. From freelance writers particularly stiff ends up being written by contributors and being edited and sub By that staff of ten. Or whatever. Then then i think actually could it's doable. I have to be honest. i think it is. I think it's interesting. Because i think it's an example of a niche product. Isn't it the doing okay. Breaking even apparently And still going. I think probably when public pit bull. Happy with what you know. Who's who the hell's gonna buy. This is really viable. But i think if you find a have. A niche product has appeals to a certain group of people all go remains in this in this case seemingly then fair enough. Think it's quiet. I think it's good. I think it's good news. That the the more publications that succeed in good old fashioned print the better But is it success. And to be breaking even i mean maybe it is in such a volatile market or is it..

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British TV and the threat from tech

The Media Show

06:01 min | 7 months ago

British TV and the threat from tech

"How this week off. Calm the media regulator put out a pretty stark warning traditional. Uk broadcasting is at risk without radical shake-up but at risk of what and. What kind of shakeup are they talking about already. This ofcom is given the go-ahead to two new tv channels including one from rupert murdoch's news. Uk and ofcom is reportedly about to take on the massive task of regulating online harm including social media platforms like youtube an instagram but is a uk regulator really able to police the world wide web. While i'm joined by the person best able to answer those questions day. Melanie does is the newish chief. Executive of com a job. She started in february this year. And she's giving her first major interview to the media. Show elanie welcome to the media. Show thank you very much. Let's start with a quickfire round what you listen to this morning. Gosh i was listening to bbc. Radio news radio four today program. Which is what i often do in the mornings. I'm also these days increasing times radio well but that's how often wake up in the morning. I watched your perm new source. That you i heard two in the mornings day program. So it's a mix of the traditional newspapers. We got quite a lot in our household during the day. I i look at sky news up quite a lot. also bbc news and i'm a fan of bbc. Radio and things like newscast is one of my favorites as well. What was the best thing you've seen on. Tv recently This time of year for me and my family is definitely strictly is just that time of year. Isn't it so. We're addicted to that. Every saturday night and sunday night for the results. Show georgia tech news most evenings. Some evenings are sometimes. Watch the bbc news. Sometimes i tv but to be honest increasingly like a lot of people. I'm i'm watching things on ketchup or doing things on the radio. Lord by the world catch up shortly in terms of online video. Subscriptions huge choices as disney plus amazon. Prime video netflix. Do you have. We've got two three disney but we've got net flicks and prime and some of the others so so we watch a real bletchley of traditional british tv alongside some of the new streaming services and we'll come onto kind of that balance and what it should look like in the future life for those who don't know huge amount about your background your career. You very distinguished career seven. Have you have actually worked in the arts or media or on a film set. Tv newsroom any of that stuff. No i never have myself. But of course what what i what i do bring is inadequate. Lot of understanding. You're kind of public policy. And how you make decisions in that context and i am also an avid viewer and listener. Tv and radio. Why would come appoint someone who's a massive public policy but it hasn't got a background in media and communications. I mean sharon. What was she went to the treasury for many is what does that say about the thinking behind that your appointment what. I'm not so much sure about my own appointment but the important thing in off comments that we have got a lot of experience from all sorts of different walks of life. We've got people who are radio engineers. He knew everything about managing spectrum. Which is one of the jobs we do. We've also got a lot of people with a background in the broadcasting industry. So might my job is to leave the organization and pull that together now. This is the show. We talk a lot about off. Komo news programming media regulator. This may not realize quite how broad you'll remain is. Could you just give us a quick run through of the cost of various that. Come under your purview. The communications regulator. So we look at things like how we get broadband improved across the country and mobile phone services making sure that the consumers valley served. But we also gonna come onto you today. We oversee the broadcasting costing sector and some of the rules and regulations that were that just says of come does a content regulator. Can you talk us through this week's ruling you made over i tv. What did you find what happens next. We found that. I had broken our rules. This is about how they were running on their competitions and some viewers who who wrote in and we're in that competition didn't have their votes counted. So what was great with a really good engagement with tv. The moment they spotted this they told us about it and they've they've really taken steps to address it so we won't be taking any further action but they did break the rules the rules. Should they be punished including facing fines. Well in this case it was human error it was just about putting the data on a spreadsheet incorrectly. And also i. Tv did engage with us really well. I'm really constructively right from the beginning. So we take that kind of thing into account and that's why we'll be taking further action of comes authority outfit. Come from the fact that it can hurt people financially. There's a bit of social stigma opprobrium attached to the fact that you might be found against by off calm but is your power ultimately that you can hurt people in their pocket. Well i mean. I think when you a regulator you've got a range of things that you're you're able to do one of them. Yes is to is to sanction people and find things but ideally is a last resort. An awful of ofcom does and we've been. We've done this in the report. We publish this week is actually bring research and evidence bear on on important questions and to make sure this transparency about what's going on let's focus a little bit on euro as a content regulator and look at some of the other big media stories around this week so all of a doubt in the culture sector. You must speak to you. On a regular basis. as written to netflix's asking them to make clear their drama series. The crown is fictionalized. Now if the crown with broadcast on bbc one and therefore fell under of comes burkas code which you guys make. The bbc put a disclaimer on it. Well i think it's a really interesting question. I mean you know as as you hinting out. There are different rules for different kinds of streams that we can now crtv so if you watching a program on bbc warn itv's for pretty much on sky virgin then you'll again you're watching programs are regulated by off. Commander are broadcasting code. If you're watching netflix six then it's a much narrower so regulations. In fact the regulator there is in holland because net flicks headquartered there for the whole of europe and actually you're watching on on youtube. Then there's no regulation at all so it is quite confusing sometimes for the viewer. Things

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"ofcom" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

Buddhist Society of Western Australia

03:06 min | 10 months ago

"ofcom" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

"Real. How ever? Buddhist us should not be superstitious like that. The Buddha statues I've mentioned many time. It's just a symbol to reminders of peace happiness forgiveness. Thing I mentioned a week or two ago. That put us that you've seen gardens and those sound traditional put is CEO. They shouldn't be in God's and not being respect. No the doing a good job. The Buddha would be quite happy. It's much better having a Buddha in your garden rather than Gnome. A naked lady. Because now, they have these statues of Venus or whatever or some other sort of statue over there because it gives people a feeling of peace. and. It's and it. That one of the monks went to visit Chartwell, which was account with the house, the home which belong to Winston, Churchill. And when he went in there as a painting of a Buddhist statue at in the entrance, the painting was done by Winston Churchill. And the story was that was a statue of the Buddha had by his bedside throughout the Second World War. Winston Churchill, now the Prime Minister of Great Britain during the second. World. War. I don't if he was a Buddhist but he had a stopover, start your next to his bed. Because it gave him peace and calm in those difficult days. Of the leader of a nation struggling, it's very survival. The statue gives people the feeding of peace. It's not be worth. It is like an image which we can connect with Ofcom tranquility especially to give as how in difficult times. That is all. and. So when we explain those icons again, it becomes a realized icon. In other words we look at that we realize this affect which it has announced inside of us. And the sometimes some of those super stations which even occur Buddhism we need to really Slav Stop. Sometimes, people say the Buddha statue should always be facing east. And I notice which one is as is facing. West. Little. Bit. North. It's been like that for many years. One day we had visiting time and it's about twenty five years ago visiting time came to our temple over in south and time the Buddha statue there is also facing west. And they can play these western monks they don't know. Can you tell them that the Buddhist facing the wrong direction? And said listen. If the Buddha wanted to movie turnaround by himself. So very happy there and this one over here in one at Serpentine they've been happily facing West for twenty five years.

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"ofcom" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:09 min | 10 months ago

"ofcom" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Your weather for today a seven on the Mellish meter, warm and humid highs around 88 Kirk Mellish is full forecast coming up Top local news every 30 minutes. And when it breaks 95.5 WSB depend on it in county Cop has no job this morning after a viral video shows him punching a black man during a traffic stop and new this morning. The girlfriend of that man, Roger Walker. Sharing her side of what went down during that violent arrest on Friday, Juanita Davis's screams can be heard all throughout the now. Viral video, David says she and Walker and her young son, We're getting a ride back from dropping off a rental car. When Deputy stopped that car approached the passenger side and ask for I d like, Do you have your idea? Yes or no Roger's like no sorry. Am I d that you sell? You get out the car keys in the car. That's when she says things became violent. She says her young son is still Monetized by this whole incident. Michelle, right, 95.5 WSB. Well, if you use zoom for meetings or school, they're having issues again this morning. The videoconferencing platform experiencing major outages along the nation's east and West Coast this morning. Now live team coverage, traffic and weather. Let's go back to Veronica. Marilyn. The WSB 24 hour traffic, So I'm going back to that red alert again. I 20 westbound Shut down a highway 1 38 exit 82, You're being diverted onto 1 30 eights to use that. And then also, I 20 eastbound still shut down a Sigmund road at that 78. You're being diverted onto Sigmund Road. The lane closures are all because of a chemical fire over on Covington highway and they have all lane Shut down. I 20 you Can't use coming down highway So again, you Sigmund Road or use on Highway one. He ate flat shows to try to help you around that No estimated time of clearance now moving elsewhere over on the Westside Inter loop that crashes cleared up to 85 North bound Ofcom Parkway. Exit 19, but still your brake lights start before South Cop drive and then a really serious crash over on Camp Creek Parkway as Camp Creek Parkway shut down in both directions between n on road in Campbell Tin Road, authorities are asking that you avoided and try Stonewall tail to help you get around it. This report brought by true natural gas. Bigfoot. Aliens and dragons probably aren't true. They certainly aren't logo to see something both local and true. Visit true natural gas dot com. They're a local company.

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"ofcom" Discussed on Charlas sobre TDAH

Charlas sobre TDAH

07:29 min | 10 months ago

"ofcom" Discussed on Charlas sobre TDAH

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"ofcom" Discussed on Sam Talks Technology

Sam Talks Technology

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"ofcom" Discussed on Sam Talks Technology

"So for those that don't know small-scale d e or s s d a b is supposed to cover both phones or parts of cities and it's supposed to be the community radio equivalent of Digital radio. So it's just supposed to cover smaller communities because the moment Digital radio d a v is either National there are two national setups or what what is called local but again, I refer to it as Regional or County cuz it normally is it's county-based or in some areas even a couple of counties together to be a regional base things. So for example, Hearts beds and Bucks where I am is one, I think I'm pretty sure it's one Multiplex or once it set of Multiplex like this song point of d i b as you can have multiple stations on it anywhere between sort of 10 15 to 20 plus stations on it. So it's a different kind of Technology. It's been around since the eighties in the UK. It's been a long time getting any listeners and he was supposed to be really the platform to enable Community stations to access Digital radio because of this digital roadmap. This digital future may be talking about because if you're a community station, which is your station really want to cover the whole of your county and the cost involved in covering the whole of your county or actually do you really only want to cover your 5 10 15 mile radius of the area you live. These trials are set up using different kinds of Technology two different kinds of set up to trial the technology and There Were Ten areas and they were supposed to run for nine months, unlimited nine months trial and I'm pretty sure I'm trying to think how long it was launched It's gotta be what five six years ago these trials launched. And in fact, I think the nearest one to you guys I think is woking off or in that kind of area. I think we've got one or two in with him sound of ourselves that we we're traveling as well. And so it can't come soon enough and it still hasn't launched off comes announced that the beginning of September. They'll start offering applications for Feliz one licensing. I think it's a great opportunity. I think the issue we have with. Spice open one area for I think it's three months then close it then open the next area then close it and I think they're going to do most of the country then they're going to have a little short review. Before they do the rest of country. I'm not convinced because ofcom are under-resourced don't have enough resources to do what they now and that's before they get hundreds and hundreds of applications..

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"ofcom" Discussed on This Week In Google

This Week In Google

10:29 min | 1 year ago

"ofcom" Discussed on This Week In Google

"Your your images on facebook are strictly private. If you don't WanNa be scraped. Yeah if they pay me for it then they can. Then we'll do that so make yeah. That's not what I'm asking that's like saying in Google under that doctrine on the karston doctrine. Then Google can't scrape your you're you're German Carson. Is German name after all. That's like the German publishers saying Google. If you scrape by sight to link to me you must pay me for that. Yes and they passed the same doctrine exactly and they passed a law to to do that and then no realize oh wait this law suck says a word. No Oh you can you can. That's okay you can use stuff for free. I'm looking at break every search engine in the world because that's how Google collects its search index. It's not on a doctor. We want No Google has has pushed back on that argument saying we actually only scrape things that say. We can scrape them. They actually clearview said that to Google and Google no if you can with robots texts say. Don't put this in my index ex. But you have to do that. I would submit. That's no different than you saying. These are private phones on facebook. It's the same thing and clearview says if you give us that indication we don't skip the scrape it that's what should happen. Clear up then but clearview clearview now has been told. We don't want you to do this so facebook saying in as a blanket thing right right well what about high Q.. Scraping linked data you. That was a bad thing to which what data did they sky? Remember whether I I think they they were scraping. Say It depends on what they get. It depends on. That's a tough. and Ah Jason Howell and I talked about this last week on Tech News Weekly. I particularly. Don't pay attention to this type of surveillance talk. Or what have you but back in Carolina actually just a few miles from where I live. There was a riot in a convenience stores. I some a bunch of people when they're inches ramp shut just just toward a place up in. The attendee was injured. Threw something at her and hurt the attendee but no one could be identified. The police were a block away attending to pedestrians. That had just gotten hit by drunk drivers so it was just. It was an S. chaotic mess. But no one could be identified and I saw clearview Article in US thinking man. This would have been helpful to defined the idiots that went into that store and did what they did you know. But then there's other people are saying no they shouldn't have this access public data here in scraping and being able able to identify and help out long but it's helpful but it was truly helpful and that's that was catch. mears point is complicated. We're GONNA have a new segment on the show. What I was GonNa say we talked about this last week? Get a warrant. Get a warrant. Get a warrant. We're GONNA have any segment on the show moral panic or privacy violation relation you ready. It's time to play our game YOU'RE A big welcome tablet. Use A WACKO tablet Robert Heaton who is a software engineer was curious about why the welcome tablet asked permission to send stuff back to the Home Home Office version. Three one of its privacy policy. Welcome said would you mind if if we send a few. I'm reading Roberts blog post bits and bobs data for my computer to Google analytics including Eggert usage data technical session information information about my hardware device in the half of my heart that cares about privacy sank the other half of my heart the half that enjoys snooping on snoopers and figuring out what they're up to left. This is a great posts it. Is You read the Post. Yeah so it turns out welcome sends back and he added by the way do some real rigmarole wire. Chartres are sharpen BURP He was able though to figure out that The BURP suite that They were sending information about every single application. He opened back to the Home Office. He thought that was a bit of a violation now. Turns out you don't have to. You can block it. And the and the tablet tablet works. He says basically this tablet is a glorified mouse. Why does it need to tell the Home Office writing software around the the moral panic because that is a point? The welcome tablet changes its behavior depending on what APP you're right that's correct so so moral panic or privacy violation you'll be the judge heads panic. Walk in my answer and it's also opt in on that too uh-huh yeah and if you opt out you still can use the Um yeah. Probably not as this is one of the reasons why I was upset with a eff F F with the their ring investigation where they were like they're sending data like Google analytics. I'm like I'm not going to get upset about that. That is like device behaviors. So you can adapt to make sure thanks perform well and do I think you should disclose yes but now I mean I mean I. Isn't that part of the California privacy protections and the GDP are you have to say when you're gathering that kind of data if you're if you have a California citizen but like I'm not a California citizen. I'm not going to spend the energy to figure your California's innocent or not before. Disclosing has the effect of of disclosure in actually actually be quite easy to figure out. If I'm a California citizen I mean it would be using a VPN. I wouldn't know Cathy. Yeah or your ISP and IP GEO location is notoriously bad for how long how long in the early days did did I recite that. We were all from Virginia because he went through. AOL Right exactly right sure anyway. I think you're right. I think it's moral panic but it was an interesting story and actually are you WanNa you WanNa know what I'm panicking about. What so Britain has decided that off? Calm the broadcast regulator is now going to regulate speech on the Internet. Oh that's not good deer. Musk awesome thank given the FCC regulation man it's dirty words While you're at home route Rome nope it'd be like the good place front door still haven't started watching that show. Oh aunt it's so delightful so you you of all people haven't gotten around to quick. It's going to get taken off of Netflix. Because art peacock so do you think they're not gonNA get season for it and I should just buy it. I did you saw an ad is by the way my solutions. If a show is Jack good instead of subscribing to some Khadka service I'll pay for forever. What's that word again for cuts tackle ICKE? I. Would I would despite this show right so I want to buy A. There's a show that P I haven't watched it in all honesty. PBS Show in in years there was a pbs show about Germany. After the war that I actually want to watch bill away. I can watch it as if I if I sign up for a full year of of contribution. PBS does that. Yeah sorry no by the show I'd pay for the show fine on the price but that's the PBS show for a long time. HBO would like you couldn't buy the Sopranos until like a year after it aired and stuff. That's just throwing money away really right. They're getting better though. I think they are on Amazon. That's right as soon as they're on. Dvd I can buy them as it. It should be right. Rent them rent them soon after you. Yeah it goes to sail first and then like two weeks later socially mart because they know how impatient I am and I always and I and the rational as well it would have cost more to see in the theater so I'm just going to buy it. Yeah but what if I got really right now. I don't have a DVD. Yeah I don't have anything that could be yanked away from me. And then he needed so I don't really you know I I if I want to watch a show I just WANNA pay to show right like I used to get everything at at back in my day job. Oy It's new to me is that what's going on. 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Ofcom to be put in charge of regulating internet in UK

This Week In Google

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Ofcom to be put in charge of regulating internet in UK

"Britain has decided that off? Calm the broadcast regulator is now going to regulate speech on the Internet. Oh that's not good deer. Musk awesome thank given the FCC regulation man it's dirty words While you're at home route Rome nope it'd be like the good place

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Tokyo discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

00:14 sec | 2 years ago

Tokyo discussed on BBC World Service

"A man armed with a knife has attacked a group of schoolgirls as they waited for a bus in the Japanese Ofcom sake south of Tokyo, killing at least one child and one adult, the attacker has died after stabbing himself in the

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"ofcom" Discussed on Download

Download

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"ofcom" Discussed on Download

"This has been a year where Facebook in particular, social media companies and even tech in general have really kind of the story. The narrative has changed. And I want to ask each of you, how how are you feeling about social media in general and Facebook in particular have you taken steps this year to change the way you use these things, Elaine? What do you think? What like I'm not surprised. I don't ever want to give the implication the impression that I'm surprised by what Facebook has done here. But you know cheese. So I've tried some things I'm also not thrilled with Twitter. I mean, we know Facebook is kind of a trash fire Twitter's also trash fire. I've tried micro blog worm still kind of active. I was pretty active on mastodon for a while is kind of a Twitter replacement and I keep coming back to Twitter because that's still where. People are it's the same reason. I don't Facebook. That's how I stay in touch with with people in the now, especially in my position at ABC camp. It's a fundraising platform forced to and I need to be there because I'm kinda in charge of making sure everything goes smoothly, and according to plan, so it's hard. It's rough. We need other social media networks and they're out there trying but getting critical mass is so incredibly difficult, and I don't know what it's gonna take like. Facebook is never. This. This disregard for users is fundamental to who Facebook is. And I think those of us in the techs fear of been kind of cognizant of that for a while. There is no turning Facebook around. It's just imbued with a magical spell or something as the fabric was being made for Facebook. And so yeah, like, we can all leave. But then where do we go to there's still a lot of value in social networks? There's a reason people like them so much, and I don't know what the answer is here. I've struggled with this myself pretty much all of twenty eight teen is for me personally from professionally now for me in this position app camp for girls. How do I handle all of this? What what is my ethical obligation? And what do I need to do to make sure that the world is aware of me and the the products and people I help, I don't know. This is just the. The end product of globalization. Regardless of the technology. That's going to be used to reach some kind of critical mass and let say talking about the internet, which we all it could be any technology either existing or in some parallel universe than to reach that critical. Mass requires a vast amount of capital if anyone's ever seen pictures of the size of rooms of of room Seva warehouses, some of these large companies, they're impressive, and that requires a loss of capital into service, all of these technologies require huge reserves the capital soon. It's huge reserves of capsule come into the equation interests, come in and those interests can also be government and military. I don't know if you saw a story today about Google Google are incredibly involved with the US intelligence services. And US military and in the UK, we have an issue. Russia today has been taken to talk by our broadcast. Regulator Ofcom for promoting it stories about obviously going to present a Russian perspective on global events at the top of everybody's Twitter. Streams now Russia today claimed up they have been very forthright that they all presenting the Russian view to count to the British view. I'm so on and Google, of course, will say, well, look, we do have an interest in these areas, and it will result all of this technology and cooperation with the security so's intelligence of his will allow us to save lives. They point to forest fires and school shootings as evidence of this and cools this kind of begs the question where is the end point for all of this? Whereas the makeup. Point is at one huge global organization that covers just about everyone and everything will the closest we've got to that right now comes in the form of Facebook and Google, and so then it becomes much more philosophical and political question. And I don't know if have time to go without soy won't. As that from a personal perspective. But for years now, I've seen this coming so many people I don't claim to be unique in this regard..

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"ofcom" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"ofcom" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Window Ofcom. We'll give them a chance of blocks on the California wildfires March, you got a path of destruction toward the Pacific Ocean. Buchanan sheriff coroner says four more people died on Friday as a result of the camp fire. Unfortunately, it is my sad duty to report that we now can confirm a total of nine fatalities of four additional from the from. From the ones that I talked about yesterday. He was speaking on Friday and the fired broken out on Thursday Wednesday. Drove those flames so quickly through bone-dry hills and canyons north and west downtown. Los Angeles are expected to die down today. But they'll pick up tomorrow. The vote counts are continuing for Senate races in Florida and Arizona, but each has already wound up in court has George bonds ATI report governor, Rick Scott has won victories before judges in Palm Beach and Broward counties to have honored vote-counting transparency under Florida law. The Broward County supervisor was given a Friday night deadline, which has passed the Palm Beach. Supervisor was given a morning ten AM deadline. This includes review of duplicate ballots. Absentee ballots and early voting ballots. Meanwhile, Republicans and Democrats in Arizona have given rural voters in that state a chance to fix problems with their ballots in that state's tight Senate race Arizona's fourteen counties now have until November fourteenth to address their issues short. Johnny report. Getting border patrol says it's detained more than fifty thousand people crossing the US Mexico border ports of entry that happened in October set are gonna do high for the year as for those caravans making their way northeast caravans are a little bit unique to us. We're not monitoring just the numbers or also off monitoring the propensity for violence US border patrol chief patrol agent. Rodney Scott says some of the people travelling in the migrant caravans of carried.

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"ofcom" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"ofcom" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"Thanks for being here, dude at. Yeah, we'll let me know whatever you need to smoke break. Also joining us. It's a second time on the show we've met. I met him in Orlando, but he's from this area. So he's here now. It's rob mayor. Everybody out. Oh, what's up? Improv. Thanks for having me back onto. I appreciate it. Oh, my pleasure. You. We had a great time down there. Florida did. It was a good episode, right? You guys listen several times or not. Yeah, crazy. I'm sorry, come out too strong. Yeah, there's always another one of these. They're super long. You guys all right. With long they are. Okay. I guess I knew what you were going to say. I just for anybody that's listening to log that. You have, you know you're wrong. But you guys like it. So I'm gonna keep doing it and also joining us again, how many times you've been on before you think? I think I was talking to two key. JK it's Eddie Hanes. Everybody. Congratulations. Redskin fans. How about that? Yeah. All right. Thank you. Okay. So who do those people that drove in from somewhere else? Is that why. You hate the name Redskins. Okay, good for you. The ravens are playing right now. You're not that big of a fan. So. It's early in the season, right? Yeah. I'm a Seahawks fan. Actually. We're London's team. Well, it's interesting when cheered or booed the Seahawks sounds comedy. Mayonnaise of Ofcom pass on that. Nobody had. Had. What way or the other, but they do have the painting about this for his seventeenth parents on the show. Maybe it's too hard..

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"ofcom" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"ofcom" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"What a hideous day Dan, Dow was down six hundred ninety nine. It's low closing, not too far from there. I digital minute by minute. Take on it by the way on Twitter today I puts down thirteen hundred seventy eight points over the past. Today's, it's agonizing. Many probably feel scared. I don't want you to panic together. We came up with a plan of attack. That's where we're going to do right now. I, you know, I got your back good times bed. We've been around for a long time when we take some phone calls on Sarah in Florida, Sarah. Hi. How are you up? Pretty good, Sarah. How are you doing good. I looked at my teacher down peanuts for a home in the stock market right now down about twenty percent in anticipating needing the money and about a year. Should I pull my money out now and cut my lock it downturn out. You know, this is actually just pure performance management question. If you need it within a year. That is that you gotta take some out even though I don't like to. I think you'll get a better day tomorrow picks them out, but that's a short period of time. And I can't have you just give back too much money if you're going to need it a year from alpha was five years. I would tell you you can take a little bit out, but a year got to take something off because it's just not enough time to make it back. If things go bad. I don't think they will, but that's the way portfolio management goes. Let's go to Roman Illinois, police Roman. Jim, thanks for taking my call. So real honor to speak with you quite welcome. I just took a forty years, accumulated equity Ofcom and when all cash on over. It's a used up my market dad's one, cradle, white. Ben token. Now, I think because they thought the market all these both down certainty and there's an election coming up where unclear if the political environment will continue to be pro business or not either what I think the market was forward looking so prejudice in sometimes, boy, let's date. Well, unfortunately, it always happens. Becker hours are on weekend. Okay. Well, now I need help getting in Jim Rome. There's a way to do it. I talk about this all the time, the club members of actual plus dot com..

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‘Batwoman’: The CW Developing Lesbian Superhero As a New DC Drama Series

Today

03:55 min | 3 years ago

‘Batwoman’: The CW Developing Lesbian Superhero As a New DC Drama Series

"Ofcom says British television we'll have. To change to, compete with the internet giants his our. Media correspondent David Senator nearly. Forty percent of UK households now subscribe to Netflix Zora similar video streaming service of. Comas, also revealed that spending on television by BBC channel four and channel five has dropped by nearly a billion pounds of the last twenty years the chief executive of off com Sharon white says Britain's broadcasters now need to work together if they're going to compete the data also shows. A continued drop in traditional TV viewing children and young people now what. Around round forty percent less than they did seven years ago and they're watching around an hour a day of video on YouTube researchers say there's virtually no evidence that taking omega three Fish oil supplements. Prevents heart disease or strokes a review which examined child data for more than one hundred thousand people concluded the chance of deriving any meaningful health benefit from the supplements was one in a thousand Television dubbed version of, that, woman, is set to become the first live action superhero series with an openly gay lead character the show is being developed for an American channel which will ready as several programs. Based on DC comic book characters pizza booze reports from Los Angeles But woman I made her appearance in the nineteen fifties is a love interest for doc man to dispel rumors. About his own sexuality she was killed off in one, thousand nine hundred seventy nine but the character was, reintroduced. As a lesbian in two thousand and six but woman whose real name is Kate Kane has since become the highest. Profile openly gay character from any DC comic if, a pilot episode of the Batman series is successful it could, appear, on, television screens sometime next year Pitas reporting and now for the weather let's go over to, Thomas Jefferson, I can't, at the BBC weather center good morning good morning to you Martha added so warm one across the. South of the country this morning temperatures in London are around eighteen degrees and for many of. Us it's closer to the mid teens a little bit fresher across the north, of the country around about ten also and we are in for a pleasant day lots of sunshine with scattered summertime clouds but also a few showers showers are expected. To be scattered across Scotland Northern Ireland northern England perhaps one or two or so. In the West Midlands and possibly across the west country as, well but these are showers and most of us will miss them and. There'll be plenty of sunshine so there's temperatures will get up to around twenty six degrees today in London which is. What we had yesterday twenty two around Merseyside and the, lowlands of Scotland as well as Belfast will probably Offer around the twenty degree marks a very pleasant date on, the way today with a. Few showers which is much needed. For the gardens and then through tonight's. Not much. Happens just clear skies. Scattered clouds and tomorrow the temperatures are set to source so. The temperatures, are on the rise whether you like, it or not in fact, in the south of the country we're expecting highs of thirty degrees celsius again the high twenty s as far. North as Yorkshire but Scotland and Northern Ireland, will stay little fresher tomorrow at around, twenty one degrees at also we're expecting some rain later in western Scotland, and western, parts of, Northern Ireland but that's sort until later tomorrow to you thanks Thomas it's eight minutes past six let's. Have a first look at the front pages of the newspapers and most of them lead on. What happened in the Commons yesterday on the Brexit legislation Maistre to them also, having a similar assessment the guardians headline relief for mayor she sees off Tory rebels backmile we hold an election PM Mm told rebels the financial. Times, may restores.

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"ofcom" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"ofcom" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"But i was still take all those other teams other than that my energy over golden state well if you're doing old school rules then i'm gonna take those teams i'll take the eighty seven lakers eighty six celtics take the bad boys of the early nineties but if i'm playing to rule over all right all right just i was curious about them reg has the call that'll be tomorrow night in houston that'll be game five the lebron runner as beautiful as it was clutches it was i can't every time i see a star player hit a shot and they're single coverage on him i just wanna scream reg i i know he's coming at you at full force there's two guys who start on him one guy sags off and then lebron hits the runner i want him taking a going left shooting back right off the glass i want that but i want demar rosen out there somebody outlet it on him i can't believe that they let lebron even have a look like that reg number one the degree of difficulty on the shot that you just highlighted i mean driving left full speed shooting back right and by the way a call bank unbelievable but you're right the the problem is they took the ball full court they didn't take it out on the side where you have a better chance of doubling him and get the ball out of his hands when he was doing left did you see who was it that left corner cow choir corp comm korver reg i beat me i'm not letting lebron james beat me ofcom korver hits it i will salute him.

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"ofcom" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"ofcom" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Yeah this is this something that's gonna be coming up as the deal was announced late on friday so regularly you have to look at look at this and this is quite interesting because with you know buller as moves into the italian market because bullet right not only with with media set but also with telecom italia has has climbed up in terms of his his share and he's been dinged by the communications regulator ofcom here in in italy saying that he has to reduce his stake and now he's been fighting that for for many months and they're probably gonna be going to court in july over this so this move at the moment it's just a content swapping deal at the moment but we're not sure if this develop into something else because also sky italia they've bought or sar they've done a deal with with a broad broadband company here to also deliver internet tv because of course he's companies are positioning themselves against competition like the net net flix players which were quite popular netflix arrived at late italy but they've grown quite rapidly and so these companies are now maneuvering in order to be the leader as things are shifting in this landscape moved to kofi levada is doing well why is that yeah coffey of course always pop in italy but it's really a broad where levada has been making waves in the last few years we've talked about the deals they've been doing if you look back at carton wa a french brand in two thousand sixteen they acquired for seven hundred million and now france is actually their second biggest market after italy overall foreign sales are actually almost twothirds now so this is a company that's been looking abroad because of course you know italy while it is a coffee loving country and everyone wants to in the morning.

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"ofcom" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"ofcom" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"In so acute that it could actually affect economic growth i think there's a couple of potential effects on the economy wants to direct impact so that is all of the parts the economy which is dependent on the housing market so whether it's solicitors dare i say it estate agents whether it's removal companies not partly offset by the people are extending their house more often and the private rented sector is a bit more active but i think the really big ones labor mobility so the people the ability for people to move to areas highvalue employment markets for example and in london i think a specific issue so housing costs the ability to try up the housing ladder beginning to have an impact on london's competitiveness relative to the rest of the uk just to ensure that can occur lucian cook sowell's thank he just to bring you a little bit of breaking news the regulator ofcom has confirmed a package of measures that it set out last month to increase investment in full five abreu ban networks now the new rules will actually also include stricter requirements on openreach to repair folks and in store neighbor lines more quickly so that just in at seven o'clock for joining thank you very much indeed twenty four minutes paul seven he's the sports news good morning the video assistant referee caught in on the act at wembley last night as england drew one one with italy a controversial penalty three minutes from time is the main talking point from the game after the referee review the incident on television his england manager gareth southgate review of the decision i think the system can be a success if we'd had a in holland the other night i think we'd have had a penalty and i think we'd have probably the opposition would have had a red guard in the first two minutes tonight we've suffered from it the only thing i think about tonight's decision i'm not i'm not convinced that clear anomalous our football correspondent john murray is with me good morning john kerry via was supposed to be the definitive word on decisions in football foot more controversy.

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"ofcom" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"ofcom" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Is the agenda in new york times speak i'm reading this off the bait environmental harm they wanna hurt workers the like killham injuries school it really is is like elementary school they went this is the agenda that republicans are supporting trump where they want to hurt workers they want to destroy the environment they wanna make housing less affordable this is the thing these guys unlike trophy andrew clave in show at apple podcast and google play if you didn't catch than chip franklin shell kgon dead here's what you miss this is why there is such a then veneer of queen of successor tragic aren't getting my airplane the night i got out in the white san diego it could go right it could go 50 feet up near an an all grin exactly so you you live that sounds very dramatic and melodramatic probably would have got to live every second of that you know and without everybody does a lot of time we've pisses away if we don't really think about all those things so this is one of those kind of stories of when i saw it can obviously had a personal interest in it but i you know it's just it's it's kind of sad um in this one is this went into the story dovetails right into the planned parenthood it is it just may or is that i find it only slightly ironic that the conservatives opposed planned parenthood because it was ever group that needed family planning it's easy and breach right chip franklin afternoons from four to seven ak geo aide said those now in his one hundred into lisa with your the salvation army's red killed campaign is one of the longest water most recognizable fundraising efforts in the world this year the salvation army's rallying people to join their fight for a good might begin their own battle to raise money people can start to fund raiser join of render give directly to a need such as hunger shelter or holiday assistance had over the ofcom and make your donation into one a recognizable tones red gentle and help me to differences holiday season you wouldn't put a square peg in a round hole so why would you deploy a traditional firewall in a modern decentralised network firewalls have new requirements for businesses leveraging sas based applications.

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"ofcom" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

04:32 min | 4 years ago

"ofcom" Discussed on Channel 955

"Me mom yeah are you driving no fear is not home no i'm eric brown are you a guy now i got here i'm not coming why out why britain so i started my god i work with a crush on him derive the your short you're right i met up with eric frein or it may oh my god care britain you go wandering no no you're not predict how toward that will be hoping that will proper beaming queenie went i it right gartner our new a day when he found unique ofcom here germany i'm not you what are we going to do germany give me the phoned him to thought for say let me talk to your mom real quick okay is this brittany's mom you up hi i'm the other guy oh my god beating the other guy gobert now my daughter alone i would love to but she's my soulmates no phnom empowering you nap her mother i know better than anybody and have been hurting gold me jordan sh morgan now we my daughter overall can i call you mom would you mind if i call you mom partner with your your group called i just want you to know that your daughter is something very very special to me trumping basalt well i'll walk prompting more rational but you would it be too much to ask if i could come to the writing this weekend are you ready go ahead your mom millsap you you are all the mom brittany please tell your mom about us please please tell her who we are ma ma you're on mojo in the morning i'd like your mom oh my god i learned nothing has happened oh my god what what a great mom mom oh my god but i don't see oh my god printing i've i've never found and i hope our all right knee are you are as dauler actress very nice hey what about me the other guy more than one hundred one hey mom this is the mojo in the morning show you've been part of five lies to tell your mom in brittany wants to thank you for everything that you've done for her and we are going to give you a limo and night out on.

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"ofcom" Discussed on Bon Appetit Foodcast

Bon Appetit Foodcast

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"ofcom" Discussed on Bon Appetit Foodcast

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"ofcom" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single

This Is Why You're Single

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"ofcom" Discussed on This Is Why You're Single

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