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"patrick antonetti" Discussed on With Friends Like These

With Friends Like These

01:35 min | 4 d ago

"patrick antonetti" Discussed on With Friends Like These

"Think not something. I i felt and then i think there's probably other things that after he if i what shaken because too close to it still the i'll go. Oh gosh that's interesting. Not i was saying matt. We were saying that. Why would we say you know what i mean. I think that will probably happen. Do you think you're a kinder person coming out of the other end of two seasons. No oh maybe yeah. Maybe it combined having kind of my kids and sunday night. Things my things to me in my head shifting and of my My paso priorities shifting. You know maybe. But i i definitely made it definitely filled may have definitely made me feel like. Oh i want this show to be humid. I want people to fill fill know because it's tough subject. It's not such things wanting to feel like. I did feel at the end but thank you so much for coming on the show. Thank keep a happy day. A big thanks to daisy haggard for talking to me and putting a face on a story of redemption again. The show is back to life on showtime and the season finale for season two. Is airing on monday october. Eighteenth andy gardner bernstein is our producer. Patrick antonetti audio editor. And please take care of yourself..

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"patrick antonetti" Discussed on With Friends Like These

With Friends Like These

06:14 min | 2 weeks ago

"patrick antonetti" Discussed on With Friends Like These

"You know. Anytime i write about on the block when i asked like in the openings bug. Ask somebody if they're gonna president with iowa and like they gave me kind of a non answer. Answer i know was like all i want to go to bullshit. Answer thank you. You know i still. I don't like it when people give kind of cookie cutter answer for something and they think it's the same thing rather than time the truth so we intentionally steered away from too much memoir. But i know that writing this book changed you. Yeah yeah please talk about that. I think again to the point about like you know. I think i started when you're growing up as a teenager. You don't you have this kind of idea that you don't. You don't know either. Ya diagnosis you care about the diagnosis. You care about the diagnosis of the kids in the school yard and giving you know and oftentimes it's a lot more conning than anything i can tell you you know And you kind of sets you. That's kind of a thing that okay. Well i'm not going to have a really stable. You know life you know. I'm gonna you know our allies going to have difficulty or like it's going to be something now. It's you know. If i can still getting married and having kids but like that's going to be really aren't sorry mom like you have these kinds of ideas that the you know if you're gonna be autistic and you're gonna be okay with being logistic you could add to be okay. Losing some stuff like some things just aren't going to be there for you like how going full stable in fulfilling career or having full and stable an enjoyable romantic lacquers having full france or or even feeling connected and i think also. I think that was plenty of people who have wonderful. Filling lives with good jobs with marriages or even the ones who had difficulty doing you know who had difficulty graduating are living. They somehow find a way to live good lives and they're somehow still good people and they're still wonderful around there. Still amazing and the other thing that changed. Think that happened. I think it allows me to be kind of myself. when i started writing about autism. I used to worry that i was wrong. I worry because. I didn't know enough about the history in this. I didn't know about that kind of long mining zaidi's being next american. I don't speak fluid spanish. I in mexico. As i've said i don't know a lot about just never felt that kind of kitchen born the midwest you grew up in california and texas but like you know like i never had that but then like when i realized that there's no just like there's no right way to be like they know there's no right or wrong way to be anticipates. I think that's one thing that's going to teach you. End the booker. Sort of begin to wrap up with a quote from frederick douglas. I should say. Adam gave me that quote quote i will read it and then please the way related what i asked for. The negro is not benevolence not pity not sympathy but simply justice. He concluded his remarks by saying what shall we do. The negro do nothing with us. I very heroes. That may sound weird to people right like with us. What does it mean for you. We mean that. I think a lot of times are treated. The problem needs to be fixed. they're very existence is to borrow from another great american actual. Wb two boys in his book souls of black folk when when people encounter you as. There's almost this implicit question of what is it. Like to be a problem in america now and the same way and like when you're being logistic there's a there's all this push to find solutions or on a fixed us and not enough on what do you. What do autistic people want and need. And how do we help you do that. What we do 'cause. Douglas wasn't saying like you don't do anything linked don't do it. Yeah he talked about wanting. You know you know work. And he wanted you ways to empower friedman and freedom. Freedom women vote like he didn't want didn't treat it like a social issue to be champion. One of the nation elect people. And i think my responses that give us give people what they need so that they can determine their own destiny increase their freedom is and you know i i think maybe it might be the latent influence of growing up with a republican. Dad is you know freedom of deleted shoes your destiny and shoot the option to create your own choices. So one is where. I want people to have the ability to choose whatever they want and why and i don't want them to be prescribed something i don't want their destiny to be pretty rent for the. I want to be able to have all the opportunities to my sister and i my sister's neuro typical and i want what i want my sister to the same stump. I have the same opportunities that i have and vice versa. And my mom did that. And even in the conversely muster could be. Were different things but we were given the same options of the same choices to do whatever we wanted and were able to do so. That's basically many. Thanks to eric garcia. Who is the washington correspondent for the independent and the author of we're not broken changing the autism conversation. A great mind opening. Read about neuro atypical minds. The show is a product of crooked media. Andy gardner bernstein is our producer. Patrick antonetti is our editor. Take care of yourself..

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"patrick antonetti" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

04:31 min | 3 months ago

"patrick antonetti" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

"They're building to get those viable major league ready arms as well to start competing so i think the orioles are on the right track and it's really encouraging you know there's those days where you yeah you do look at the central and you go man like we could be somewhere if we were there but i will add this to. I really love being a system where your back is against the wall. Twenty four seven to be the best because nothing is taken for granted under the alias. Do have to earn every single one of those one sixty two. And you mentioned the yankees and yeah. They're spending but look at how they're floundering this year and this was something i had discussed even before the season starts said man. I just don't think it's there and so far it hasn't been in. This is what. I keep reminding orioles fans when we're on air as look you can spend all you want but if you do that all you do. Is that top surface talent. You have nothing beneath that. And so all you're doing is spending more money taking the risk on somebody at the big league level versus you look at raise. They're good at the big league level. They're even better at triple a. Right now and they're doing another lower cost because they've taken that painstaking time to really build themselves up. And that's the model that i think is the most sustainable. I call it like nick. Saban at that point that you just keep regenerating yourself and yeah the red sox surprise i mean and i just think that is so much alex cora magic that. It's not even funny. But i'm interested to. They've had so much discussion about bringing their payroll down and then they bring in bloom from the raise and that's what he's known for Curious to see how they take a step back when it comes to spending or if they just say you know well we were initially going to be a tight budget. But now that we're in the push we're going to go out and get somebody big. And of course chris. Sale completely changes that game and cheer point with toronto. You know they're kind of right in that mix of everybody else. I really find that. Now the yankees or that just that one out liar and it's almost as glaring example now of yes and all the money you want. That's on paper. That guarantees nothing at the end of the day if something's not working So i'm excited. And i think it's going to really interesting especially in the next three years or so to see the orioles jays in particular in the orioles raised because i think those three teams are just going to have an absolute bash with each other. I'm interested to And you're right the yankees it'll be it'll be interesting to see if they can maybe outspend deficiencies shot out the spider attack by the way. Thanks melanie newman is a broadcaster with the morals and the massin network You probably if you're baseball fan. You probably read about or watched the all-female announcing crew where she was the play by play broadcaster along with sarah lang's reporter alanna rizzo an pre and post game host. More and gardner and heidi watney. Melanie thank you so much for coming on today. Sharing your story and experiences and it's gonna be great to just continue to follow your career as you continue to call more games and and as you continue to make your voice heard. Thanks so much today for joining me on the sports media podcasts. Thanks for having me all right back in the suit. Thanks chat ben. And melanie newman for their time in their conversation. If you like these podcast go to these sports media with richard daij homepage though apple ritual play leaves five star unit nice note. That's how this podcast continues. Prior to this podcast. We did To long forums on the marie taylor reaching licoys story situation and espn journal hill was my guest on the latest podcast. A and could eat the davidson and jane. Mcmanus did a podcast with them prior to the one with jr melville forecast bethan jane. Mike golic when very long and beef and very honest about his time at espn and how that time came to an end before that my cake john wartime is yen. Had your cuts on something. You like what. Thank patrick antonetti for his work. As always on this podcast. Thank you to. Everybody keeps thirteen and most importantly thank and even this season..

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"patrick antonetti" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

01:33 min | 3 months ago

"patrick antonetti" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

"For joining me on the sports media. Podcast face raw me anytime. okay back in the studio. My thanks jamal and five being four Really their insights time really interesting stuff. I joined this week's podcast if If you like this kind of stuff please set to the sports media with richard daij page lisa five star. Viewing a nice note. That's how this podcast continues in. Can't thank people who've supported this podcast Over the last couple of years. The athletic When i've been at the athletic sports net as well as The previous form of this podcast sports illustrated albinger doing it. And it really can't exist without people listening so thank you as always thank you to Patrick antonetti producing this. If you want to go into the archives Previous podcasts kavita. Davidson jane mcmanus. We discussed the The new york times story Regarding rachel nichols and retailer in that episode for that mike golic who was incredibly honest about his time in. Espn and leaving That podcast is crazy. Good numbers so thank you for listening to that. And thank you to mike golic for being really honest and transparent for that michael. Cain jon wertheim both have new books out Check those out and then before that. Espn's ian dark who While the euro championships and called it that's presently as as well as he always does so. Check out the archives issue things you daddy thanks to everybody at cadence. Thirteen for their sport as i said. Thank you to patrick for his work. Thank you course to the audience and dnc see soon sports media pocket..

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"patrick antonetti" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

04:59 min | 3 months ago

"patrick antonetti" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

"Be panelists on the sports reporters. Like it's you know again. Like in many ways they are at the forefront of this and doing well particularly their women's sports coverage but then in other ways they still have a ways to go on. All the stuff i do. I'm by the way. I'm not dismissing the athletic or sl or or sportscenter anyplace i've worked at as well just go. I'm sorry well. Some do better than others and i think i think a lot of it has to do with the financial pressures that certain companies are under. I remember in the late. Nineteen nineties every newspaper in this country. Had a diversity initiatives were they were trying to hire people and then when the money went and they had no hires and they had no room to do anything. All of a sudden at initiative went out the window. It was a luxury that no one was willing to actually pay for it. When it came time to to put their money was very mouth was and And i think. I think what's happened here is yes i think that. Espn has has a real issue because it doesn't know what to do with talented women. Generally who don't fit that host or sideline reporter mold and you know. I think look at sarahspain and katie nolan. Both of those women could have their own shows by now. They are that kind of talent. And instead they're they're they're they've been reduced. You know sarah for ten years to kind of adjacent role on other shows and you know that's just my opinion. I don't know if everybody agrees with me on that or not. But i do think You know neither of those women really want to be a host. They're not exactly a traditional analyst. There certainly somebody who You know is entertaining. you know. they're they're entertaining and they're knowledgeable about sports I think they've done a good job. Making an analyst just seem to anderson was the first woman to have that. Nfl analyst position and she was dealt very roughly with. I think And could still be in that role. She breaks news on twitter off time. It's amazing that You know that she wasn't valued more. I think as well so I she get this idea across the board of incorporating women in not just using them you know like in some ways you know. I was part of the first all female sports reporters in the first female. I take in all of those things. Which were celebratory about the roles that women could play the company but or one off and you know and when you make it a one off where you have your lack talent Sit behind a desk and talk about their own experience growing up or people that they knew or painful experiences that they've had and then don't follow that up by giving people real power behind the scenes as well These problems are just gonna crop up again and again So i you know. I don't know if it prompts self. i don't know that there's a financial incentive for true south of self discovery and self reflection at the company level. They make a lot of money Basically positioning their programming to white men. So until they're forced to change that. I i don't know that i would expect it. I'm happy to give you the last word. Yeah i agree with everything that jane said and i think that i mean the issue of the limited roles the types of limited roles that women tend to get in sports media entities. Peon is something that i've written about a lot. The idea that especially women of color are are facilitating conversations. Instead of participating in them is still problematic. And they're just there is room for all of us. There is room for amina and room for katie and room for maria and for sarah and again just to kind of bring it full circle into what we started. This conversation talking about the idea that to women have to be pitted against each other at a company the size of espn with all of the opportunities that exist. There is really what this comes down to. And it's unfortunate. And i think like jane. I'm a little bit cynical as to whether there is really incentive to fix this problem from you know a systemic and institutional level because at the end of the day. Espn kind of operates as a monopoly. And we'll continue to will continue to make money and will continue to have access to all of the sports that compete the davidson is a sports and culture writer for the athletic and the host of the culture. Calculus podcast jamie manages the director of the center for sports communication and a deadspin sports. Calm this you can follow both of their work Certainly could beat this on the athletic. Follow jane on twitter for her announcements on what she's doing it marriage that that's been and her other musings probably about house hunting. Whatever she's talking about are you. I'm gonna keep you guys. On as i do this incredible close usually i just say goodbye to my guess but what a treat for you to to hear mediocre talent like myself. Finish this show once again. Thank you as always to patrick. Antonetti for producing this podcast. Thanks to the audience for listen to. I know the quality.

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