21 Burst results for "One Thousand Hours"

Did Hamdi Kayapinar Kill Sami Yilmaz?

Today in True Crime

01:47 min | 10 months ago

Did Hamdi Kayapinar Kill Sami Yilmaz?

"Saami yilmaz a retired specialists. Sergeant vigilantly patrolled the private villa of his latest client a wealthy businessman but as he made his rounds he was also being watched. A man with a hunting rifle hid nearby silently observing yilmaz. He bided his time as the security guard walked the perimeter waiting patiently until there was no one else around when the time had come the man leaned out from the shadows and squeeze the trigger yilmaz drop to the ground dead. The gunman ran to his body and rifled through his pockets. He stole money in any other valuables he could find including yilmaz gun after concealing the weapons. The assailant hopped onto a bright red bicycle and fled the scene. During the subsequent investigation authorities watched almost one thousand hours of surveillance footage since the killer's face was covered by a ski mask. They didn't have much hope of identifying him. That is until the video showed the assassin riding his red bike. The image gave them chills in the past. There was an active serial killer in the area known for traveling on a similar red bike known as the canal monster. The murderer had already been caught and convicted. But he'd been released from prison just a year earlier while it seemed that an ex-con who'd already served his time would take such a risk. This particular killer was undoubtedly reckless the canal monster murders just a few months after the culprit finished serving time. For killing his younger

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"one thousand hours" Discussed on A Healthy Bite - ThatOrganicMom

A Healthy Bite - ThatOrganicMom

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"one thousand hours" Discussed on A Healthy Bite - ThatOrganicMom

"I don't know if it's like this for other parents but i think sometimes i just get to the point where i'm like taking everything so seriously and i have all these responsibilities and you know it's just like check check check check. Check getting all the things done that yes i do. Forget to play. And i think i can even see my kids faces when i go outside and start throwing the frisbee or playing around in the yard. They always look a little less sense. When i do that. So i know that it can definitely bring down the stress level so i will make a point if you do make a list. Make sure you send it to me and also another another quick distressing technique is simply to be outside. There is research from across many disciplines. That in future with you. You're reading a nature walking in nature taking a conference call in nature. Whatever it needs to be is incredibly distressing and so if you can make time for your families to be outside. We've joined the the one thousand hours outside project. I don't know if you're aware of and it's it's sort of a movement where they're the originator of the movement decided that if kids can be on electronics for one or two hours a day they can certainly be outside for the same amount of time and just sort of evolved into this into this movement with parent saying yeah you know. My kids are happier when they spend time outside. I'm happier when i spend time outside. And we can make it a priority. Just you know. Eat outside things that you would normally do. Just do them outside. If your heart do it outside so if you look it up you'll see it's quite it's game quite a lot of momentum but so it it just puts that thought in your head okay. Well if we're going to do that. I don't do it outside and it changes your biochemistry. It lowers your heart rate lower blood pressure and being outside just as very distressing overall so..

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00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Apply Today to NASA

"The nineteen sixties NASA has selected three hundred fifty people to train as astronaut candidates for its increasingly challenging missions to explore space but with the twentieth year of continuous presence aboard the International Space Station and the plan to send the first woman and next man to the moon by twenty twenty four NASA will need a larger astronaut corps to crew the spacecraft bound for multiple destinations and propel exploration forward to Mars as part of the Artemis missions astronaut. Candidates must be. Us citizens have a master's degree in a stem field. Have at least two years of professional experience or one thousand hours of pilot in command time jet aircraft and be able to

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"one thousand hours" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"one thousand hours" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Stem field also at least one thousand hours of pilot in command time in jet aircraft to learn more NASA dot gov slash astronauts for Jennifer to shankha I'm Gordon deal thanks for listening to this morning America's first news we use the thing is the North Carolina symphony gets a jumping jiving and swing into the best dance music from the nineteen forties to the jukebox tunes of the fifties and sixties for incredible performances we used to think Peters great dancers and vocalist encouraging station Dave Miller joins the fun tomorrow at noon and Saturday at three in the announcer called to give you center for tickets call nine one nine seven three three twenty seven fifty online NZ symphony dot org your working hard to manage your diabetes eating well everyday is hard to do Lucerne a is a delicious way to help curb cravings whether it's morning doughnuts at the office for the afternoon mocha whipped cream pick me up three things just keep sneaking up on you Lucerne a shakes it up to twenty three grams of protein and carbs steady a special blend of slow release cars there was a licious way to help curb cravings and minimize blood sugar spikes Lucerne for everyday progress W. DKK FM night Dale available everywhere with the I heart radio out now number one for podcasting one of six one at.

"one thousand hours" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

13:44 min | 2 years ago

"one thousand hours" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"All right welcome back Steve mera is one of the UK's most respected researchers in the realms of ufology unexplained and supernatural with over one thousand hours of mainstream alternative TV program interview such as national geographic's natural and the wild X. files he's the head tutor for the U. I. T. C. investigators training courses in U. philologist studies and the CEO of phenomenon magazine he's also the author of aid to see of the unknown strange happenings and the paranormal inside is also the founder of the scientific establishment of parapsychology and the chairman of it may bit Manchester's aerial phenomena investigation team that was established all the way back in nineteen seventy four like to welcome back to coast to coast AM Steve merece deve good morning for you over in the U. K. how are you body Jimmie finds a hundred beyond its greater political should it's it's great to hear your voice and hear your lap and I know that I'm gonna see you later on this week both the Georgian ani and and Steve and others we will all be over at the conscious life expo going on February seventh through the ninth here in Los Angeles at the LA X. Chilton Steve is one of the featured speakers out there on and George and I will be hosting and it's going to be great to see you will get to break some bread that doubt that but I'm going to jump straight to it with you Steve which is I I say this often enough but I don't think this gets driven home most don't get it you are follows are are not an American phenomenon this is this is a worldwide issue isn't it absolutely yeah possibly be the World Wide issue I am actually reduces information out with garlic on the subject suggests that the number is a lot older than what we initially with expenses with a lot of people still think about you know the thing kind of divide rounded out the nineteen forties but for the flight so the plot of the nineteen fifties in the US well some of the reasons that we've carried out it seems to go back I mean even go back to the point where it was that taking place quiet it is the local documentation so we really gotta ask how long we've been around to witness it I think the public the Bali born question well V. are my top ten list which I brought up at the beginning of the show about my cases that I think you need to be looked at the ones that really have my attention half of those are international and when we look at the U. K. I understand Roswell you know and I understand Travis Walton Betty and Barney hill amount strohmaier for space I I I I I get the interest I do I understand it but right there in the U. K. and and across Europe but right there in the U. K. probably the most documented that military involved case that there is happening Rendlesham forest and it's something that again it is not talked about enough is it it isn't about automated read every night but it will be with you que pretty much common no full you colleges up the unit the location of where the students Clive was no stranger to UFOs about over one identified objects we pull in that location I think look at it over the years no part in the nineteen sixties and seventies as well as power noble incidents occurring in the Pacific city all falling how to close when this actual incident took place in December nineteen eighty eight it was no surprise to me find out there's obviously another incident didn't taking place in that locality is a very strange location which include connected also if the power noble phenomena food and was followed by the way at least nineteen thirties now I let's foot this was flip this around Steve I am trying to encourage people to look at some of these international cases but for you do you ever take the time to investigate a case that's inside of the United States up we will be with the guys the investigation was all over the world and then up into the top twenty different countries over the two years for Walmart and most interesting the main thing with the Brazilian UFO incidents that take place specially the collage weapons and I basically to them is well pretty much identical incident took place and several years later living together literally exactly the same with a collage of photos that from seventy seven seventy eight right because like so it was so unusual and it was so what evidence and there's still a believe still a lot more information to come out about about adobe was and being searched we now are the release of documentation noted projects also what version click so he was incredible the actual incident he was straight out of thanks with Steven Spielberg Rupert really and we didn't get the recognition that you will be developed in the calls he he found it is one of the most profound ecological above ever look into it at which really deserves a site that you can clearly be honest with you is it easier for you to speak about this you've got a readership of phenomenon which is approaching a you know two million readers at which which is great but you've also been rolling that rock up hill for a number of decades now is it easier for you to publish and to report and to get this out of the to the public as opposed to what it was like in the past well it certainly changed a lot over the years you know when I first started in the subject thirty eight years ago my first investigation was in nineteen ninety three mind and soul soul mate UFO phenomena cruises adult until some bolts craft that suddenly delineate instances of safe from some eighteen go extraterrestrial beings struggle in the plaza of times doubled you know we certainly realized it consists of a lot more than I'm reporting of phenomena I mean utilized in the back he was great it gets the word out worldwide the fox white and it still be great for that working because one of the one of the biggest things that we still have this problem now Jimmy it's not even though that we hope the info that we still a month of not the metal of information but we called we don't get the hate about because of the language barrier those walls while still providing cultural regarding distribution the networking of information right and lately in the last couple of days the U. K. is back in the news and I'm not talking about brexit I'm talking about the release of the headlines were the MOD is finally releasing the rest of their secret you a faux pas and I went I was pretty excited about that and then I read that why isn't exactly the case that these are just the civilian reports were people call in and reporting UFO sighting this is not the D. O. D. the MOD secret you awful files are they no not at all we've got to got to go back and look through the records all when the minister of defense who started releasing UFO documentation it was always finishing dawn well I think that's about it I think we've released at all I don't think it was that effort to try and look at the trunk probably what he felt that would really be transparent I'm always seem to be finding new documents of the topic you know we should turn to release every now and again we always tell about yeah it is noble and I'm certainly some more body fat what we know from our trade files is not joined in nineteen ninety two to nineteen ninety we work very closely with the ministry of defense in fact and when I hope was actually an office without investigate exam that if it's a good thing because I have to take the glass over people to code the code that you could become a role okay that sounds so total Paul and I was very close in conversations with the people now I will last about week because of the work that we don't we should mix it some very high profile investigations to the minister from the docking UFO sightings likely focuses and maps sightseeing Accra pilots nineteen don't have not at the big leagues we know about the ministry of the government because we got the confirmation lessons from them thank you know from the way that we could quickly it's not really so the other three we build up look at we couldn't be religious than others who help the coach the public being held back should be honest with you now with the Belgian UFO flap which was one of the most extra ordinary periods of you a faux history black triangles everywhere nearly daily the military scrambling jets constantly press conferences video gun camera footage it was in a crack and then it just seemed to stop when you look back at that again this is an international case this is not an American or United States event this happened over Belgium what do you ultimately think was going on there well initially when I heard about the incident taking clients awful the first thing came to my mind is any good is triangular we've built and designed to fly we've got a dynamics the our atmosphere we don't need to have done but it was a brick will fly by all right right that this is a very much of that real dynamic at craft of some slow with amazing capabilities are usually includes from practice that's why I'm of course it would be good don't speaking to and the location where the the officer the pilot the government didn't know what about walls other close engaged it and we know it's not surprising about certain facts carried out why I mean if you could go to the military she looking basically Warby offices what made my experience while so well on the on the patrol with example because you want real results you want for free how they are and how they manage in the life condition so that that lead up maybe pilots who scrambled and how the reduction react Walker procedure would bring affected nobody will be documented reports of how well I used to go by let's be more trying to affect things will why I'm I'm trying to will be at you know but maybe some of these triangular locked it may not actually be our level I believe and how big lots of information is about over the area so just how long the triangular craft may have been around with me with different bags of beans that platform bagels loose allegedly clean clothes in the bag well let people be focused on as an example the moon landing on the technology that we use in nineteen sixty five so these triangular club will be close to reaching over cool over cooler locations on the planet so because the tags that make up would definitely go to forms with different technology thank you all for the external phenomena we can build up the UFO phenomenon the traps that we they also that and pretty much anything goes wrong with the ad that we cannot rule that out and in the other aspect of this symbol certainly talk about this when we come back after the break is there may be a bunch of things involved here it could be inter dimensional it could be parallel worlds it could be time travel these craft appear and disappear quickly they were tied into different megalithic sites around the world and they're tied in with the other sightings at the same time where it just may not be what you were told when you first started right now it's a bolt scrapped it a died doing interstellar travel that there's probably something else more complex right absolutely I mean the news you know everybody will be useful if you could consider the length of time that we all fall into these areas of metaphysics called for the comics there seems to be so much more involved with the true phenomena I mean he's in difficult times know what certain about flying out back which you probably had bumped the aviation I'm we probably do have the capabilities of flying fish shaped object none of the possibility that and we want to go with it but the problem that we have nowadays he's identification I'm really to get a life about you gotta look back in time you gotta go back to a time when we we all about technology and yet the reports we still that would all but it doesn't seem to have you know doesn't seem to transition the truck we do with that knowledge you we could certainly make.

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"one thousand hours" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"one thousand hours" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"For our smart home technology report and today going towards the future by looking back at the I'm talking about the evolution of the smart light ball if you have smart ball's in your house like the Philips hue system you know what they can do and it's pretty amazing you can turn the monitor off make them brighter or dimmer and even change colors on the top of the line models either by tapping the screen on your smart phone or by calling out the command to Alexa Google or sirree they really are pretty incredible except perhaps there look they're kind of nondescript there's nothing wrong with their sort of triangular shape but there's nothing wonderful about it either they're the kind of balls that are maybe best left behind a lamp shade until now because Phillips is now coming out with one of the best looking light bulbs ever okay remember those antique Edison style light bulbs totally clear glass with a curly cue filament inside so beautiful people would drape them across outdoor dining spaces in trendy restaurants homeowners would put them up in the backyard when they were having a party a wedding reception a graduation celebration they were the hit lighting choice and now they're smart that's right old looking smart bulbs in Phillips his own words old school cool meets modern life smarts they really are beautiful to look at and they'll function in the same way other Hugh balls to control them with your voice or your phone to turn them all in turn them up or turn them down the only difference they just put out soft white light no colors but this is a big change because they're so good looking you could use them without any lamp shade at all Phillips is releasing their retro smart bulbs in three sizes one called the standard is pretty much the same size as a conventional light pole and then there's the one named the Edison which is more slender and longer and finally there retro globe light which would look great above the bathroom sink now as for price they're not cheap they range from around twenty five dollars to thirty three dollars for each ball but like most smartphones they will last for many many years so that initial investment might be okay when you consider that old style light bulbs lasted one thousand hours the new smart bulbs fifteen thousand hours.

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"one thousand hours" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"one thousand hours" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Washington's mall and today going towards the future by looking back at the and I'm talking about the evolution of the smart light ball if you have smart ball's in your house like the Philips hue system you know what they can do and it's pretty amazing you can turn the monitor off make them brighter or dimmer and even change colors on the top of the line models either by tapping the screen on your smartphone or by calling out the command to Alexa Google or sirree they really are pretty incredible except perhaps there look they're kind of nondescript there's nothing wrong with their sort of triangular shape but there's nothing wonderful about it either they're the kind of bulbs that are maybe best left behind a lamp shade until now because Phillips is now coming out with one of the best looking light bulbs ever okay remember those antique Edison style light bulbs totally clear glass with a curly cue filament inside so beautiful people would drape them across outdoor dining spaces in trendy restaurants homeowners would put them up in the backyard when they were having a party a wedding reception a graduation celebration they were the hit lighting choice and now they're smart that's right old looking smart bulbs in Phillips his own words old school cool meets modern life smarts they really are beautiful to look at and they'll function in the same way other Hugh balls to control them with your voice or your phone to turn them all in turn them up or turn them down the only difference they just put out soft white light no colors this is a big change because they're so good looking you can use them without any lamp shade at all Phillips is releasing their retro smart bulbs in three sizes one called the standard is pretty much the same size as a conventional white ball and then there's the one named the Edison which is more slender and longer and finally there retro globe light which would look great above the bathroom sink now as for price they're not cheap they range from around twenty five dollars to thirty three dollars for each ball but like most smart bombs they will last for many many years so that initial investment might be okay when you consider that old style light bulbs lasted one thousand hours the new smart bulbs fifteen thousand hours.

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"one thousand hours" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"one thousand hours" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The smart light ball if you have smart bulbs in your house like the Philips hue system you know what they can do and it's pretty amazing you can turn the monitor off make them brighter or dimmer and even change colors on the top of the line models either by tapping the screen on your smartphone or by calling out the command to Alexa Google or sirree they really are pretty incredible except perhaps there look they're kind of nondescript there's nothing wrong with their sort of triangular shape but there's nothing wonderful about it either they're the kind of balls that are maybe best left behind a lamp shade until now because Phillips is now coming out with one of the best looking light bulbs ever okay remember those antique Edison style light bulbs totally clear glass with a curly cue filament inside so beautiful people would drape them across outdoor dining spaces in trendy restaurants homeowners would put them up in the backyard when they were having a party a wedding reception a graduation celebration they were the hit lighting choice and now they're smart that's right old looking smart bulbs in Phillips his own words old school cool meets modern life smarts they really are beautiful to look at and they'll function in the same way other Hugh balls to control them with your voice or your phone to turn them all in turn them up or turn them down the only difference they just put out soft white light no colors but this is a big change because they're so good looking you could use them without any lamp shade at all Phillips is releasing their retro smart bulbs in three sizes one called the standard is pretty much the same size as a conventional white ball and then there's the one named the Edison which is more slender and longer and finally there a retro glow blight which would look great above the bathroom sink now as for price they're not cheap they range from around twenty five dollars to thirty three dollars for each ball but like most smart bulbs they will last for many many years so that initial investment might be okay when you consider that old style light bulbs lasted one thousand hours the new smart bulbs fifteen thousand hours so.

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"one thousand hours" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:08 min | 2 years ago

"one thousand hours" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Your business as we're seeing across the U. S. right now sports betting tells how that's going. it did the trick actually it got a little bit reverse there it started out in the mid nineties is the TV network in Canada called the score I was called something else before that but it morphed into the score and dad we grew the television network in Canada we should incubated our whole sort of mobile digital life and that's when you know the apple grew and we got we got involved in sort of the digital space pretty early we are a blackberry first if you guys remember that executives around to use that device and then it sort of sort of you know as iOS and android took off we were early in the game so about the TV network in Canada of course only but that what the app it you know interestingly enough we knew we kick **** Canada with the media out but it it's sort of it you know it we're getting downloads like sixty eight and the one coming out of the states with no brand recognition so that'll be really knew we had something that was those pretty unique and and and resonating in connecting with with a younger audience and anyway end up selling the TV asset to Rogers up here and then became on a percent mobile harbors and digital and the only thing I'd add to that is even when we had the TV network at this apple toto the you know sort of betting space is it the whole approach that we took on air was more open and authentic so you know sports betting you know you kind of an idiot thanks for setting that never existed didn't exist what is an integral part of why people are passionate about sports so. the network. on it right and the odds were on the ticker when a guy's wrong they're talking about what happened in the game last night and get some guy kicked a field goal that took it over the spread on a fifteen point game or fourteen point gain that was meaningless to ninety percent of people were watching and our guys are pulling their hair out because you know they probably lost a bet on it was always more open and honest and approach the sports betting so you know we you know we cultivated this amazing had a ship with our users with a trusted brand and we knew people were betting on sports you know four to five million average monthly users set me up a hundred hundred twenty times a month sixty five seventy percent coming from the states so needless to say you know we were always very interested and whole whole that at some point we're starting to become legal yeah we got a packet of policy and we're two in Canada you said what was the content upon which you were kicking but what I mean outside of and I I spent half my life in Canada now with a son who's a you've you know top tier hockey player outside NHL rights how do you kick **** in Canada with what kind of content okay so basically how we kick **** in Canada was by just not being a hockey or Haas service right like the like the other guys are like he he is traditional and listen I got nothing about hot at all yes party I love hockey but basically our business was seating people and engaging with people with what they wanted to discuss or what they wanted to see when we launched the TV network we're the only TV network as far as I know in North America it didn't have any live game right we didn't I mean it was basically a like a sports there's. are always so jealous he's out there spending billions on rights and John to present their cutting checks you're saying you could have a good business without live right we grew up in that space we we are we are whole mantra was. do you think like the fan and you know somebody's got to show the game with somebody else you know let somebody else than the millions and billions of dollars on the right. when we had the TV network eventually we did have live right I mean we started without any and then we picked up about that other people weren't interested in fort Campbell we were the first one the Canada March bad on our TV network because the for some reason the other networks didn't the P. S. end of the world at the sports match of the world which are the other two major national players. it didn't didn't think it was important to realize all those Canadians were making waves in basketball every day end and leave him before that we were the first ones to get no north American right in Canada Major League Baseball on our network now everybody carried the jays course I was on the national network so we had all these other games on one little network in Canada okay we had all these games like you know fifteen games tonight at one thousand hours we sat around is that what we're gonna do with this and this was in the late nineties okay the late nineties so we think around with all these baseball games one television network and we said we're getting all the fees so why don't we just sort of pop into the games with something happening right when things exciting with the bases loaded guys have no no no hitter going we were actually the for a week. your first rental we were I I don't listen I'm not Asian and I'm proud of it I'm bragging about it but we were the first read on and and and we you know as we got other rights the other other other sporting events I only have one TV network that's we did and it was it was it was fun it was exciting and actually and it was you know the guys are betting on sports they don't they don't want to watch you know nine any of some two dozen now during the playoffs right with baseball but you know for the most part they want to see where the action is and that's what we are given so that was our life that's how we grew up and it was all about sort of trying to relate to how the consumer and how the customer wanted to consume sports and sports betting was always a part of it right and and we realize that we talked about it and then bomb we don't the other thing we had to do and knowing we had a big US audience we had to stay clean I know a lot of a lot of the companies were sort of going gray market especially in Canada right where you know they still still in the gray market the state's clamp down on a pretty tight right with you Jesus saying that said nobody's gonna you know you can't operate in that basis so you know what that was probably a lot of money for us to be made in Canada or in the digital space but we decided to stay clean because we do have some point it was gonna open up here on a path to sell and like like it was it was it was like manna from heaven you know now now we get to play right and and the big question for us was do we want to be the super facility at like everybody else to do these media deals are marketing deals and and just sort of there and some sort of relationship with the guys and the better business or you want to be in the medical. and probably the short term to more profitable thing would have it just be a super affiliate like everybody else and take the stupid money that some of the people that you know and we know how they buy their customers used to do it the DSS world and now they're doing in the dating world. you know can you sell it or or active that let's actually grab the bull by the horns and and let's actually be the help would be to ninety the bookie and we decided to go all in up next we continue our conversation with John levy CEO the score with a focus on how they make their betting app stand out in a crowded market you're listening to Bloomberg business sports from Bloomberg radio all.

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BET Network Launches Streaming Service into Crowded Space

Business Wars Daily

05:58 min | 2 years ago

BET Network Launches Streaming Service into Crowded Space

"Business Wars daily is sponsored by audible audible has the world's largest selection of audio books and Audio Entertainment Start Listening with a thirty day audible trial by visiting audible dot com slash B w daily or by texting. Bw Daily to five hundred five hundred from wondering I'm David Brown and this business worse daily on this Wednesday September eighteenth. So how do you watch TV shows and movies the list ways to get your favorite content is getting as long as the menu in an old fashioned diner. You know the kind that takes you ten minutes to read and leaves. You overwhelm not knowing what to choose where we've all well known for months at Apple and Disney will soon debut their own streaming video services apple. TV plus on November first and Disney plus on November twelfth there are also some free free streaming services starting to get attention like Pluto TV and to be and of course Veterans Amazon Hbo Hulu Netflix Have Been Building up their catalog catalog of original content bracing for an onslaught of new rivals not to mention that NBC universal and at's Warner media will both launch streaming aiming services next year now all that leaves you dizzy well. That's the point pretty much any media company. You can think of already offers streaming or will launch it soon. Well make way for yet. One more on Thursday Viacom is launching a nine dollars ninety nine cents a month streaming service called bt Bet plus. It's joint venture with Star writer producer and comedian Tyler Perry. The company says plus will serve what it claims is an avid but underserved black audience it launch with more than one thousand hours of shows according to variety the entertainment industry publication you can count on seeing TV sitcoms dramas Amazon films from Tyler Perry Tracy Oliver will packer and other African American content creators and one of its first original shows a highly touted TV series series based on the Nineteen Ninety six hit movie the First Wives Club starring. Jill Scott Down the road B. E. T. plus will add stand up comedy too and the service. WE'LL BE AD free is shouldn't have been hard to anticipate this move from Viacom. Bt is launched spinoffs of its mainstream channel for years offering TV shows and films for audiences of Women Gospel enthusiasts hip hop lovers and many others. This smart strategy helps the brand sell ads to companies seeking high engagement from Niche Audiences Moreover B. E. T. Says African American audiences adopt on demand video services at a faster rate than any other market archy group. Viacom is relying on those demographics and on Tyler Perry Star power to attract subscribers still that ten dollars a month month price tag could pose a problem or to consider this last week apple announced that Apple TV plus will cost only four dollars ninety nine cents. It's a month about five dollars but worse than that for the competition apple will give a year subscription away for free to people who purchase new IPHONES IPADS or Mac Computers Pink magazine predicts that Apple will sell at least sixty five million new iphones alone by the end of the year half those customers could sign up for Apple. TV plus that's tens of millions of subscribers at launch and many or even most will either get hooked on Apple's new shows and keep the service after a year or just simply. I forget to kill the five bucks a month subscription once the fee kicks in well okay but can general interest dreamer compete with bt for black audiences hungry for better targeted content. That's the same question worth asking about Disney plus which at seven bucks a month is also cheaper than be easy z-plus as we've said before some industry observers and even executives like apple CEO Tim Cook and Netflix Chairman Reed Hastings are betting that TV watchers will subscribe to multiple streamers at some point however most viewers may well say enough is enough but it's far too soon to say of which one of these new services will win or whether even more new streamers by bt plus emerge. I'm wondering this Business Wars Day. You know we try to serve you every day. We need your help to do with best way. We can take a second right now. Wondering Dot Com slash certainly tell us a little bit about yourself. I promise it'll help us out it. Thanks so I'm David Brown will be back happy. 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"one thousand hours" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"one thousand hours" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

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"one thousand hours" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"one thousand hours" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

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"one thousand hours" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"one thousand hours" Discussed on KOMO

"Going to school late in July and I suspect local school boards are thinking about is it time to start before Labor Day should we be thinking about the school year differently by law one thousand hours in the classroom have to happen before that last bell rings for the summer hormone therapy is currently used by millions of women to relieve common symptoms of menopause and also new research looks at whether there's a link between menopausal hormone therapy and the risk of developing breast cancer more from Cuomo's Holly Menino say looks at date on more than one hundred thousand women from more than fifty worldwide study's findings suggest that many types of menopausal hormone therapy show some association with an increased risk of breast cancer Cleveland clinic's doctor Holly Patterson did not take part of the research but advise women it's not be scared by the numbers while the hazard ratios can seem very scary the absolute numbers of breast cancer of bands are very very low doctor Patterson says for many women the slight risk is worth the benefit to relieve menopausal symptoms someone whose time six thirty nine just a minute away from a couple sports update Deborah was beginning to man how can you afford gas for that big S. U. V. I pay less for gas and everyone else I got the free get up so I guess that begin with the twenty five cents a gallon cast back every time I buy gas you get up to twenty five cents off per gallon with the free get upside gas up while I'm pay full price you know we people aren't over a million dollars last year you just got to take a picture of your gas receipt and bring him up.

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"one thousand hours" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"one thousand hours" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"There I'm like trying to follow behavior and make it your my cameras on it's actually mostly work really right it is hurting has been doing that work every summer with the same group of dolphins in the Bahamas see I just calculate it resource for thirty five years yeah like three thousand encounters in the water with the dolphins and then each of those encounters is about twenty minutes long so over one thousand hours of footage and observational data so yeah it's a lot of data certainly for dolphins and the point of all that data of all that work is to help the knees answer one question do they have a language and if so what are they talking about here's to these hurting on the Ted stage now I'm interested in dolphins because of their large brains and we know they use some of that brainpower for just living complicated lives but what do we really know about intelligence what we know a few things we know that their brain to body ratio which is a physical measure of intelligence is second only to humans cognitively they can understand artificially created languages and they pass self awareness test in years in some parts of the world they use tools like sponges to hunt fish now dolphins are natural ecru stations they make sounds ten times as high in here sounds ten times as high as we do but they have other communications signals they use they have good vision so these body postures to communicate they have taste not smell and they have touch and sound can actually be felt in the water because the acoustic impedance of Titian waters about the same so dolphins can buzz and tickle each other at a distance so decades ago not years ago I set out to find a place in the world where I can observe dolphins under water to try to crack the code of their communication system official how how do dolphins communicate to each other we can actually hear Fairmount their whistles are fairly audible to us they have clicks that burst pulses which are also click so they have all these different cues and they use body postures in combination with sounds that will basically communicate certain things to each other you know this is total answer from a physician but like when you think of like the greasy.

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"one thousand hours" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"one thousand hours" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Trying to follow behavior and make it your my cameras on it's actually mostly work really right it is her saying has been doing that work every summer with this same group of dolphins in the Bahamas see I just calculate it recently for thirty five years yeah like three thousand encounters in the water with the dolphins and in each of those encounters is about twenty minutes long so over one one thousand hours of footage and observational data so yeah it's a lot of data certainly for dolphins and the point of all that data of all that work is to help Danny's answer one question do they have a language and if so what are they talking about here's to these hurting on the Ted stage now I'm interested in dolphins because of their large brains and we know they use some of that brainpower for just living complicated lives but what do we really know about intelligence what we know a few things we know that their brain to body ratio which is a physical measure of intelligence is second only to humans admittedly they can understand artificially created languages in the past self awareness test in years in some parts of the world they use tools like sponges to hunt fish now dolphins are natural and stations they make sounds ten times as high in here sounds ten times as high as we do but they have other communications signals they use they have good vision so these body postures to communicate they have taste not smell and they have touch and sound can actually be felt in the water because the acoustic impedance of Titian waters about the same so dolphins can buzz and tickle each other at a distance so decades ago not years ago I set out to find a place in the world where I can observe dolphins underwater to try to crack the code of their communication system official how how do dolphins communicate to each other we can actually hear Fairmount their whistles are fairly audible to us they have they have burst pulses which are also click so they have all these different cues and they use body postures in combination with sounds that will basically communicate certain things to each other you know this is total enter promo physician but when you think of.

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"one thousand hours" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"one thousand hours" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And on the show today anthropomorphic ideas about how we interact with animals and how those interactions help us understand the world and our place in it and for our next speaker so I'm Denise Thursday animal interactions have been her life's work I am the research director of the wild project and we work in the Bahamas I've seen lots of pictures of have you under water holding a camera when you're down there does it feel like it's almost like a I don't know like a just a better place to teach yeah I don't I don't do you do you ever get that feeling well you know it's an immersion into a three dimensional world you know the tides of the currents in the salt and waves and I mean and all feeds into your understanding of what their world is like usually when I'm down there I'm like trying to follow behavior and make it your my cameras on it's actually mostly work really right it is her saying has been doing that work every summer with this same group of dolphins in the Bahamas see I just calculate it recently for thirty five years yeah like three thousand encounters in the water with the dolphins and in each of those encounters is about twenty minutes long so over one thousand hours of footage and observational data so yeah it's a lot of data certainly for dolphins and the point of all that data all that work is to help the knees answer one question do they have a language and if so what are they talking about Houston is hurting on the Ted stage now I'm interested in dolphins because of their large brains and we know they use some of that brainpower for just living complicated lives but what do we really know about intelligence what we know a few things we know that their brain to body ratio which is a physical measure of intelligence is second only to humans admittedly they can understand artificially created languages and they pass self awareness test in years in some parts of the world they use tools like sponges to hunt fish now dolphins are natural and stations they make sounds ten times as high in here sounds ten times as high as we do but they have other communications signals they use they have good vision so these body postures to communicate they have taste not smell and they have touch and sound can actually be felt in the water because the acoustic impedance of Titian waters about the same so dolphins can buzz and tickle each other at a distance so decades ago not years ago I set out to find a place in the world where I can observe dolphins under water to try to crack the code of their communication system official how how do dolphins communicate to each other well you know we can actually hear Fairmount their whistles are fairly audible to us they have.

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"one thousand hours" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"one thousand hours" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"There I'm like trying to follow behavior and making sure my cameras on his actually mostly work really right Denise cursing has been doing that work every summer with the same group of dolphins in the Bahamas see I just calculate it recently for thirty five years yeah like three thousand encounters in the water with the dolphins and then each of those encounters is about twenty minutes long so over one thousand hours of footage and observational data so yeah it's a lot of data certainly for dolphins and the point of all that data of all that work is to help the knees answer one question do they have a language and if so what are they talking about here's to these hurting on the Ted stage now I'm interested in dolphins because of their large brains and we know they use some of that brainpower for just living complicated lives but what do we really know about intelligence we know a few things we know that their brain to body ratio which is a physical measure of intelligence is second only to humans cognitively they can understand artificially created languages and they pass self awareness test in years in some parts of the world they use tools like sponges to hunt fish now dolphins are natural act stations they make sounds ten times as high in here sounds ten times as high as we do but they have other communications signals they use they have good vision so these body postures to communicate they have taste not smell and they have touch and sound can actually be felt in the water because the acoustic impedance of Titian waters about the same so dolphins can buzz and tickle each other at a distance so decades ago not years ago I set out to find a place in the world where I could observe dolphins under water to try to crack the code of their communication system official how how do dolphins communicate to each other we can actually hear Fairmount their whistles are fairly audible to us they have clicks that burst pulses which are also click so they have all these different cues and they use body postures in combination with sounds that will basically communicate certain things to each other you know this is total answer from a physician but like.

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"one thousand hours" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"one thousand hours" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"So I didn't mean to cut you off your so white like this is going to be on lives. And that was another thing of like I love alive. I love what we do. I love how much with creating and it's amazing and reduces filming with joy. And so I don't want to lose sight of that either with how much work we have. But at the same time, if this is going to be alive, then we need to make sure that well or at thirty minutes isn't going to change an episode like if thirty MS is going to change whether it was a good episode. Not least on your job. But making sure that we do have the time because I mean, it's it's so important. It's easy to say. Oh, but we've got this open. We've got this. Sorry. I didn't mean to cut you off known added perfectly. So yeah, you just have to really have those conversations. Listen to what the other person is saying understand where you're at what you each want. Because like from the outside. It just seems very obvious. She's giving you every clue that you need which is she's not making it a priority, which means it's not a priority. And if it's not a priority, and you talk about that. And and she's like, yeah. Like, this is where it is. Like, I'm very happy. With like, I love seeing you in the moments that I have free. But my career is my priority than you have to ask yourself. Am I okay being number two? And I will just say relate to me. This is Tom Billy's speaking, I'm not asking anybody else to adopt this. But for me, a relationships absolutely only worth it. If on that person's number one like that's the whole point of a relationship is to be somebody's number one one person in the world says you are more important to me than anything else. And so it's like, yeah. I want that. That's willing to sacrifice for if it's like, you're one of my priorities that suddenly for me not worse. I was more. Yeah. And I want to also just kind of we've spoken about priorities and being each other's number one. The one thing I want to make clear there is not that it always means you drop everything because I'm your number one or vice versa. Like when things come into conflict. You may become number two or three in a certain situation. Right. Like with work. It's like, okay. Well, I've become number three or number four because you have had to prioritize what before me, but I am your number one. If push comes to shove, and you had to decide which one to give up if you so mean because on a daily basis, I'm definitely not your priority. And you not mind you, it's interesting. I wanna be clear about that. But I think you have to push the explanation a little bit farther because it's looking at what does it take to build the business? What does it take keep the relationship thriving? So when I say that you're my number one. What I mean is I'm always going to make sure that your thriving even if that means that the business, isn't and. When the two come in conflict and to make the business thrive. More would mean to you would thrive less, then it's like, well, then I have to go over here and make sure that your thriving. So I'm gonna push you a bit chilly because the truth is that like, let's take my health. Why some of my health is not thriving? They've been many times that me myself even looking to you. But I have not per me thriving above the business. The business has pretty much confessed lot of the time. So here's how it seems to me. So one you definitely making a decision to continue to push. I would say yourself harder than your health can handle for sure. But you're going to have to come to that conclusion on your own. I spend so much time focused on trying to address your health and all that. And it happens in sprints. It's not like I'm spending three hours a day every day, but I've put. Deep hundreds of hours into your health probably into the north of one thousand hours..

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"one thousand hours" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"one thousand hours" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"One hundred fifty three thousand veterans that's one of the largest veterans populations in the country in about one in three are over the age of sixty five a President Trump spoke alongside Brazil's president today at the White House as both are keeping attention on the crisis in Venezuela during a joint press conference with Brazil's new far-right leader, President Trump said he and president bowl scenario discussed a wide range of issues during their first sit down including resolving the ongoing political crisis in Venezuela at some point. I would imagine things will change, but we really haven't done the really tough sanctions yet. We can do the tough sanctions and all options are open. So we may be doing that. President Trump has not ruled out using force to remove Venezuela's socialist President Nicolas Maduro from power. Our report says prosecutors in Florida, we'll drop the prostitution charges against New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft under some unusual conditions at the Wall Street Journal says. Prosecutors will dismiss this eliciting charges against craft and the other men charged if they admit they would have been proven guilty at trial. In addition. The men went out to take a screening for sexually transmitted diseases complete an educational course on prostitution perform one thousand hours of community service and pay for some court cost graft has arraignment coming up next week. I'll keep your eyes to the sky AllState today released its list of the Texas counties. Most hit by severe weather in the past ten years. Eric Kennedy rate number seventeen in the state, that's based on total wind lightning inhale related property damage claims bear counties claim to fame is the.

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Yumbi a ghost city following DR Congo inter-communal violence

UN News

06:26 min | 3 years ago

Yumbi a ghost city following DR Congo inter-communal violence

"This is fucking Menendez for UN news, you'd be in the western Democratic Republic of Congo or DRC we sample so go city in the aftermath of days long massacred last month, which left at least five hundred thirty five victims discovered by you when investigators in communal burial sites. That's according to Florence Marshall spokesperson for the UN mission in the country Manisco in an interview with UN news on Wednesday. She described how the brutal inter-ethnic killings were carried out in a very organized manner with many houses and public buildings. Also this -joyed during the violence between new and but Sunday community members that was sparked by a dispute over a local chiefs borough. She told us calcium, but although the area is now calm conditions remained tense and much of the local population has fled across the Congo. River into neighboring Republic of the Congo. Between sixteen and eighteen some last June two thousand eighteen and you'll be district for villages where attach it was. There was only a for I- tension between two communities, but in the in the new living in our area, we should located west tunnel after of further Democratic Republic of the Congo in denial nine only province along the Congo river. So it was a vitamin plus it aq- between two communities during three days between the sixteen and eighteen of December. And it's resenting the cheating for hundreds of people and last month your face of the U N High Commissioner for human rights reported that eight hundred nine hundred people were killing these clashes. Do we have more precise figures on the number of people killed in wondered in this clashes? Yes, you win. In teaming and just what's on from an investigating mission in they spend nine in in other to investigates on visa allegation of interacting violence, and according to the print, Lena re report the attack and violence resulted in the death of cheese five hundred and forty five men women and children and one hundred eleven injured we could have no victims, but in nine hundred it was what they were able to to work on and to enter document in. I would say they ever own missile g again, the death toll could be are your van when vase, but at least five hundred forty five people, and we have any information about who committed these crimes have this killings being. Imitated or organized again curving through the investigation of the human rights in the the attack well organize and conduct in a very organized manner and were most likely plan, and we have even elements, but indicate that the planning study at least at the beginning of the nuns of Sumba, maybe even before and the attacks were extremely violent and fast leaving little trying. So the corporation for free. So it's an what was the tweeter was developed y'all of one of the shift, which you name, and that was supposed to take place in new meaning and community. Against the girl and flows freely. The tweeter of the divine dance between the two communities. You went to be less Friday. And what could you tell us about the state of the city and population who remained there? It's very much filling because it's it's really nice Augusta pity. We ever the commended almost one thousand hours of been destroyed so focusing shelties seven schools five and cental, the editor Holly commission building was Detroit. And you know, it's maybe we recruit Vic with meat. I would say one hundred people maybe three hundred people, and and that's no more because all people fled the own and most of van crossed the border and the in the two one to find shelter. On the other side of the Congo river in Congo Brazzaville, do the current condition alo- a return of the population. In the pubic territory, it's what's really focusing on. The concrete security foster has been betrayal underground both prison yards. Of course, they have the primary responsibility for the security of of the tone situation is can at the moment. But it's. My tense, but what needs to be done it. I want to take some major tool to promote the reconciliation between the communities and to and to rebuild the sit-in in front of the and with Kuhn's seventeenth crews were destroyed, and when we were in less wider, keep on told us, okay that one really now symbolic just a an would be to contribute to the building of a new Skoula as soon as possible in more to enable the children from both communities to go back to cooling fat as we speak condition. I'm not in place for so going back to a normal life. And unfortunately, it will take time on the under Justice. Would it be an involuntary -ment of of the reconciliation program? And because it's this should be no impunity toward to the only crime.

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"one thousand hours" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

04:34 min | 3 years ago

"one thousand hours" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"Your your emotional being or your your sense of self that that like everything you do has an impact on this other person like when you're talking about risk calculation. It's very much an internal sounds like you're you're just calculating this internally. Like, how do I feel how do I feel like I can whether I can handle this or not? But then in the back of your mind thinking while there's this other person who's relying on me, like I'm curious as to whether that will impact that or maybe not I don't know. Yeah. It's interesting. I say because like. When you yes, you say like, we know like how will affect because it's because it's a feeling like say, okay, we have a key. So like. I will not do that. Or I will do that. Because you don't know how you will feel and Dan like you can count late and take a reasonable decision of doing thing. But then the feeling it will say some day. Like, no like, it's a look so cool. I need to go there. Even if it's these. Yeah. The possibility of a raise you anyway need to go on. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. We'll see. Well, within the world of multi sport, and endurance and ultra endurance. I mean, everybody knows who you are. They know your accomplishments, but there's a lot of people that listen to this that don't necessarily come from that world. But perhaps they became familiar with you because of the Everest expedition that you went on in two thousand seventeen so can we talk about that a little bit for sure? I mean that that made headlines across the world in a five or six day period you summited twice. So I want to walk through that. But maybe even before that specifically. How did you prepare for that? How did you wrap your head around getting ready to do something like that? And what was it that you were seeking to accomplish what I think reparation aids aids like long one short one what's the long one. It's like berry don't they might go when Brody theater three or two years old. So like, I think it's is not that you had to k next week. I want to go to arrest what they do or like next month on Zia. But like you need to have a background or like a long period of training before before being able to do some things like when you raise like, he's not that you this. I took a one two two one like western stage or Harrow on. And you stop preparing and the month after you are able but. I was starting when I was kid to go to the mountains and to to stop to like long days out then racing. So it was like doing Kathrine ending for more than fifteen years. Like, yeah. The last fifteen years I has been threatening. How these one thousand hours year? So that's the wrong. And then in top of that during the last. The last two months before going to to rest, it was more specific preparation. So actually, the the the different thing compared to only runs threatening like more technical limes wash to to be very confident to be really comfortable in situations that you are not supposed to be comfortable. Yeah. So for example, like, I always say, okay eve. Some problem arrives. There. I will be by myself, and I have not any help. So I need to be able to take decisions for that. Like, I was going to rank home to do very long day like sometimes like fifteen twenty or more hours alone in some situations that they were be risky like that. They needed to be always intention for lunch or for things to put myself in the in the really like limit on my technical skills to be always in these. Yeah. Then shouldn't situation and to be able to to take this seasons. On a reasonable way. A not to let the motion to Interfax Dada. Right. So on some level..

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