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Fresh update on "peacock" discussed on Bob Ryan & Jeff Goodman NBA Podcast

Bob Ryan & Jeff Goodman NBA Podcast

00:39 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "peacock" discussed on Bob Ryan & Jeff Goodman NBA Podcast

"I think it's so cool to that in an era in which Superstars have teamed up that Chris Middleton and Januzaj stuck together. They had pieces, obviously, John horse Harrison, tremendous job adding, you know, Drew holiday and Bobby Portis and Bryn Forbes. And some of these auxiliary pieces peacock doctor, which is a huge addition, in a few years ago. But I feel like that's kind of what I appreciate most about yanis is that he stayed in dog, His way and I heard some but I can't remember who on the radio earlier this week talking about. The reason why you're honest may not have teamed up and it's, he didn't play basketball pump. He didn't establish relationships that these kids do that fifteen and sixteen Seventeen years old where they know each other and they're hanging out with each other often have those bonds know? Well, you know, there's a lot a lot, we can someday we'll talk about here, you basketball. But the fact is that that's a very good point. Just as in a, non a month on the subject of u basketball and, and it's and, and avoiding it and being a positive, the greatest example of that prior to him was Tim. Duncan Duncan did not have the the page to did not have to, you know, all the bad things that can then sue. Thank you. It was developed completely outside that scope and but now it's always likeable but Duncan was likeable but like he didn't want to deal with God. Whole different subject. Yeah, yeah, no. I know you said, you know, I mean, you know, he he was, you know, he was not accessible, you know, I'm saying he's an inaccessible personality, right? You know, he didn't he wasn't a girl personality for the American public because nobody knew he didn't want you to know, you know, he didn't want. He didn't want that. That's he's, hey, both of these guys in different ways of totally happy in her own skin. I mean, you know, and and, and Duncan did it his way and, and this young man's doing it his way. And at some more outgoing, you know, joyful, external way. And, but anyway, but you're right, they were ganic nature of this team was built in the old fashioned way, without without that the piling on, you know, business. Yeah, it's great. And I think we all appreciate that, and can I give props to, to one media member? I know this isn't, you know what we do? But yeah, I have to do this because she's twenty-six years old, and as two people in the media watching her on the podium, post-game Malika Andrews, how she handled? Herself and everything was absolutely insane, like she's such a star in this business. I know this, we don't use this podcast for, for these reasons. I was so blown away at 26 years old at how good she is and how she handled that situation, which listen, that's a, that's a big Bowman to deal with NBA Finals, post game, and not everybody watching you. And she she blew it out of the water so that that's neither here. Nor there. I would second at a smoking would say, I'll Second That Emotion..

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‘Days of Our Lives’ Gets Peacock Limited Series Spinoff

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 d ago

‘Days of Our Lives’ Gets Peacock Limited Series Spinoff

"A veteran soap operas bubbling over into a spin off and like the sense of so many TV shows these days those grains are ending up on streaming services and so it is with days of our lives the veteran NBC soap operas heading for peacock with its own spin off the new series titled days of our lives beyond Salem and will feature both past and present characters with some additional casting to be announced as the name suggests beyond Salem will take place away from the make believe Illinois town with the show was set follow characters for a long weekend trips to places like Zurich New Orleans Phoenix or Miami meanwhile the original days is being renewed through twenty twenty three I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Fresh update on "peacock" discussed on Ringer Dish

Ringer Dish

00:38 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "peacock" discussed on Ringer Dish

"That's great but that's nice to check in and see that he's doing. Well i you know. I i just really am finding a lot of comfort and joy from like the deeply retro studio production. Congratulations to nbc. I guess who's clan has been absolutely confusing but the in-studio steph is good. It's mike to rico who is kind of in their studio which is beautiful. It's like outdoors with kind of the tokyo waterfront. Hi-nam he's alone ally. So that's sad you will protocols. He's doing his best feature. I also think the time zone issues between when they're broadcasting in prime time in the us and when he's actually filming it and is it must be hard. But i think he's doing great all right good for him. I hope he's enjoying himself you now. It's just the peacock being absolutely slammed. Because like if you miss a broadcast available on demand it's time for peacock which i actually have 'cause i catching up the real hospice potomac. And it's like the only way so many fucking jacomb state farm commercials when you watch the real housewives on peac by never see from state farm ever again. That'd be too soon but jake. For state farm. Congrats must be doing great. He's probably probably a- spotted all the time. I would assume so like the. At and t. woman and flow from progressive. Yeah absolutely yeah for sure. Well that's all we got for this week. i mean. i can't wait to see where we go next week. With ben and jan at a time. I just hope they have vacation michio. Maybe where less monogrammed says thanks to mcmullen for producing this episode. And we'll be back next week on..

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Professional Wrestling (MM #3777)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 d ago

Professional Wrestling (MM #3777)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I'm not just cursing the Olympics these days. I'm also cursing one of my dearest friends, a lifelong friend who we saw last week and we got to talking about TV apps and we're talking about the things we watch. So they could write down some things that they could check out and he was telling me that classic wrestling was available on peacock. Like, most people, I was into wrestling as a kid but kind of stopped paying attention. I got to be an adult. He told me I could watch all these classic wrestling episodes from the early 1980s, free WWF. Yeah, the national wrestling Alliance that I used to watch growing up in Virginia, they've got them on T. In fact that's what's on the TV, right? Knee watching some old wrestlers and just watching it how different it was and how simple and not quite as cartoonish. It was cartoonish, don't get me wrong but it's not quite the same thing. And after I get done here, after I get done with like nine Seasons, so the entire 1980s I'll be going back to the Mid-South wrestling. It's great to have on during the day where you don't really have to pay attention where it really doesn't matter. But yet, it takes me back into a time that what was much simpler, I just didn't realize it was quite so simple at the time.

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Professional Wrestling (MM #3777)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 d ago

Professional Wrestling (MM #3777)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I'm not just cursing the Olympics these days. I'm also cursing one of my dearest friends, a lifelong friend who we saw last week and we got to talking about TV apps and we're talking about the things we watch. So they could write down some things that they could check out and he was telling me that classic wrestling was available on peacock. Like, most people, I was into wrestling as a kid but kind of stopped paying attention. I got to be an adult. He told me I could watch all these classic wrestling episodes from the early 1980s, free WWF. Yeah, the national wrestling Alliance that I used to watch growing up in Virginia, they've got them on T. In fact that's what's on the TV, right? Knee watching some old wrestlers and just watching it how different it was and how simple and not quite as cartoonish. It was cartoonish, don't get me wrong but it's not quite the same thing. And after I get done here, after I get done with like nine Seasons, so the entire 1980s I'll be going back to the Mid-South wrestling. It's great to have on during the day where you don't really have to pay attention where it really doesn't matter. But yet, it takes me back into a time that what was much simpler, I just didn't realize it was quite so simple at the time.

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Netflix Wants to Play in the Gaming Industry

WSJ Tech News Briefing

01:59 min | 5 d ago

Netflix Wants to Play in the Gaming Industry

"Week net flicks released. Its second quarter earnings. The company said it added one point five million new subscribers that's slower growth in the streaming giant has seen over the last several quarters but netflix also announced plans to expand into something new gaming in a letter to investors. The company said it views gaming as another new content category for it similar to how it expanded into original films animation and unscripted tv. So how hard will it be for netflix. To enter this new category joining us to discuss is tech reporter sara nadelmann. Hey sarah thanks for joining us. Thanks for having me. So tell me why does net flicks wanna get into gaming. Netflix wants to get in gaming. Because it's a very lucrative business and games unlike. Tv shows and movies can provide entertainment for months or even years or longer Gained followers can update their games very easily over the internet with new maps new characters new modes of play so the really sticky and long lasting and so for netflix which is seen slice subscriber growth. It's really important that the company retain its users and of course add nuance. The other thing for netflix is that is facing a lot of stiff within the video streaming realm so You know user growth has been slowing and at the same time. It's facing its first serious challenges to his business. You have while disney's disney plus one or media's hbo max you have companies like apple amazon. They're spending aggressively on streaming content in the numbers. Go on hulu peacock. There's so many of them so a lot of these just didn't exist a few years ago. Netflix is looking for ways to expand. Business netflix is earnings. Were released the other day. What did that tell us about their gaming interests and how far they're going to take it on will. They confirmed that they're going ahead to focus on mobile games As opposed to consular. Pc games at least at the start and they will be free for subscribers so they won't be an additional

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Sean Hannity Makes Vaccine Stance Very Clear

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:17 min | 6 d ago

Sean Hannity Makes Vaccine Stance Very Clear

"Month is over however many people they exposed to cova tucker. They've let's hope. Expose the american people to the preening peacocking hypocrites that they are because how hypocritical can you be. Let's quickly count the ways. A you know. They flew on a plane. Massless you and i- peons everyone out there watching. We have to wear masks deal when we fly on a plane. That's number one two. They fled their stay. You know they would criticize. They have criticized republicans if they ever employed that same tactic number three they are creeping closer and closer to vaccine passports to show us your papers to prove to me you're vaccinated but they tell us trust us we're all vaccinated and finally as you point out and kevin so reported so well it's a super spreader event well that was a trump rally or athletic event or spring break over the past year everything's a super spreader event except actual super spreader events. He's right but if you're not watching fox news you don't know how these white house speaker pelosi. Staffers got kovin. You think these white these texas democrats are heroes. Jen psaki was asked yesterday. Is that as what do you think about this event. And she said about the texas democrats she said thanks for standing up for voter rights according to the white house to spread coverted. If you're you're protesting voter integrity laws. I guess it's like the black lives matter rallies. It's a right to spread co bid if you're marching around with people shoulder to shoulder in on behalf of racial justice you give people that's okay you just can't do it in the rose garden or a basketball game or football unbelievable. These people are out of their minds. But we're not you in my you and me we're going to fight the good fight together here in the relieffactor dot com studios. Welcome into a wednesday july twenty first episode of the mike gallagher. Show care to comment on what you just heard from. Abc has you noticed. The mainstream media isn't touching the role. These ignorant more. Texas democrats have played in spreading coverted journal white house. Wow let's hope you join me led to get your voice on this one open line. Eight hundred six five five mike. Eight hundred six five five

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All Universal Films Coming to Peacock Starting in 2022

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 weeks ago

All Universal Films Coming to Peacock Starting in 2022

"Shoring up the screen peacock is adding some more color to its lineup the streaming service has signed on with universal filmed entertainment group in a move to boost the number of movie offerings it has for its subscribers under the deal starting next year all universal films including the new Jurassic world and minions movies will be made available exclusively on peacock those new titles will hit the stream no later than four months after they make it into theaters that means that during an eighteen month window universal movies will be on peacock for the first and last for months in between they can be licensed elsewhere both companies of corporate children of NBC universal which is owned by Comcast I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"peacock" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:32 min | Last month

"peacock" Discussed on KOMO

"On peacock John Wayne Gacey suspected of having killed as many as 32 straight from the killer's mouth. They want you to believe that I alone committed these murders, the new gripping six part documentary series that investigates the crimes that shocked the nation. The thing everybody thought they knew wasn't the whole story. John Wayne Gacey double disguise. All episodes streaming down didn't disguise only on peacock. Co MO News 1000 and FM 97 7 from ABC News this week here now chief anchor George Stephanopoulos. Millions of white Americans belong to the clamp. They weren't even embarrassed. We're proud. That hate Came embedded, systematically and systemic. Laws in our culture. Do ourselves no favours by pretending none of this ever happened. Critical race theory says every white person is a racist, critical race theory says America's fundamentally racist and irredeemably racist. Let me tell you right now Critical race theory is bigoted. It is a lie, and it is every bit as racist as the clients. Men in white sheets. Resident Biden Senator Ted Cruz, weighing in on the latest clash in the culture, war critical race theory. It's an approach to teaching of American history and civics that argue systemic racism is woven into American law and institutions..

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Vladimir Putin's Peacock Move Before Meeting With Joe Biden

The Dan Bongino Show

01:39 min | Last month

Vladimir Putin's Peacock Move Before Meeting With Joe Biden

"Putin did something this morning. It was a total peacocking chest, puffing move. I know he did it on purpose, and he did it to stick it to Biden. And I think he did it to stick it to Biden. Right before they sit down. They're little spray their photos spray in the beginning to try to let him know I'm in charge here. I'm you know, I'm Vladimir Putin. I'll do what I want. There's nothing you can do about it. Well, what happened? They popped in this room for this photo spray this opportunity sitting down if you saw it was earlier this morning, it was Joe Biden and Tony Blinken. And Vladimir Putin and I believe Lavrov. So it was just each principal +14 people in the room. At these little sit downs. In the beginning, They typically allowed the press the press to come in. They allow them to come in to get photos and those photos and then spread around around the world called the press pool. They take those pictures they get spread around to media entities. Um, who's in the press pool can change by the day. You know Reuters AP Photo photographers from each one, whatever it may be. They take those pictures because everybody wants to see the pictures in the video. Well, I don't know if you caught it. But earlier this morning Putin and again a big peacock chest puffing move. Putin's Russian security folks. Tried to elbow out the American press out of the room. While letting the Russian press in there to take the photos. Now you may say to yourself well, what's the big deal? Of course, that's what the Russians do. Well, folks, they don't typically do that. They did it. To let Biden no early on who was going to be in charge. Hear what Joe Biden has to say about this meeting later. How

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‘Ted’ TV Series From Seth MacFarlane Based on Movie Ordered by Peacock

Colleen and Bradley

00:19 sec | Last month

‘Ted’ TV Series From Seth MacFarlane Based on Movie Ordered by Peacock

"And finally, a live action series adaptation of the movie Ted has been ordered straight to series at Peacock. Seth Macfarlane is currently in negotiations to reprise the voice role of Ted. A foul mouth pot smoking teddy bear brought to life by the magic of a little boy's wish. The first Ted movie was a big old hit back in 2012. I never understand. Had a

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D-Backs End 13-Game Skid, Top Cards 9-2 With Marte's 3 RBIs

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 months ago

D-Backs End 13-Game Skid, Top Cards 9-2 With Marte's 3 RBIs

"The Diamondbacks have put an end to their thirteen game losing streak with a nine two thumping of the cardinals could tell more take a hit a tying four hundred fifty seven foot home run in the third inning and a go ahead two run single in the fourth Matt peacock gave up two runs and six hits over six innings for his first victory as a starter he threw seventy eight pitches in his third career start Josh Reddick had three hits and an RBI for Arizona which took advantage of three errors to score two unearned runs Dylan Carlson homered among his two hits for the cardinals I'm Dave Ferrie

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Why Amber Ruffin Is Late-Night Comedy's Trojan Horse

Behind the Desk: The Story of Late Night

02:05 min | 2 months ago

Why Amber Ruffin Is Late-Night Comedy's Trojan Horse

"I never gave late night. One half of an ounce of thought because it just never occurred to me that that might become available to me ever because it wasn't even like there were different kinds of white guys old. That voice belongs to the very talented amber ruffin. Before becoming a host herself of the amber ruffin show on the streaming service peacock amber was a writer and performer. On seth. Meyer's late night. Show on nbc. The first black female late night rider for a network late night. Talk show right. Yeah oh a lot to make me. But i i think it and now in her own late night entry the amber ruffin show on the peacock streaming service embers ascension is a development both hugely welcome and stupefyingly late in the game as recently as twenty fifteen a talented young woman. A talented young black woman pondering her career options did not think about. Maybe taking a shot at getting into big time network late night. Tv because looking around at what was on every screen she happened to take in. She saw nobody who looked like her both as a woman and a person of color and she was right. Maybe the least diverse of our lives. So i never thought okay. There will be some room for me here. Not not ever the history of late night. Television is filled with great stars. Big laughs and tons of memorable moments virtually all of them associated with white men. There have been exceptions. But any analysis of the american genre known as late night tv would have to conclude it has been limb different from most other american cultural genres until recently.

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Logo Size (MM #3691)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Logo Size (MM #3691)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. Cosmopolitan, magazine is famed for their relationship quizzes. And recently had a story about how you can tell if a boyfriend or husband might be cheating on you. And some of the things were obvious long periods of radio silence or maybe extra time spent in the bathrooms thereof, secret texting or whatever it is. But according to a new study they mentioned out of Michigan. There's another sign that your significant other isn't always trustworthy. If your significant other has a propensity to wear large status, brand logos on their shirts. It may be an indicator that they're a cheater. The one example that the Universe Michigan used was the Ralph Lauren knit shirt. They've either got the small logo about the size of what three quarters of an inch tall. And then they've got the large ones that are probably a good three or four inches. But of course, what they're really saying is that men tend to be ostentatious or basically peacocking. Well where the big logos to try to show you that they're rich and powerful and have status. Maybe it's true. The size of a man's logo on his chest will determine how faithful he is. Go figure dead.

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Logo Size (MM #3691)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Logo Size (MM #3691)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. Cosmopolitan, magazine is famed for their relationship quizzes. And recently had a story about how you can tell if a boyfriend or husband might be cheating on you. And some of the things were obvious long periods of radio silence or maybe extra time spent in the bathrooms thereof, secret texting or whatever it is. But according to a new study they mentioned out of Michigan. There's another sign that your significant other isn't always trustworthy. If your significant other has a propensity to wear large status, brand logos on their shirts. It may be an indicator that they're a cheater. The one example that the Universe Michigan used was the Ralph Lauren knit shirt. They've either got the small logo about the size of what three quarters of an inch tall. And then they've got the large ones that are probably a good three or four inches. But of course, what they're really saying is that men tend to be ostentatious or basically peacocking. Well where the big logos to try to show you that they're rich and powerful and have status. Maybe it's true. The size of a man's logo on his chest will determine how faithful he is. Go figure dead.

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Behind the Desk: The Story of Late Night

Behind the Desk: The Story of Late Night

02:09 min | 3 months ago

Behind the Desk: The Story of Late Night

"Began because jenny was writing monologue jokes and she noticed that there were jokes that she loved that. Seth just could never say out loud. That voice belongs to the very talented amber ruffin. Before becoming a host herself of the amber ruffin show on the streaming service peacock amber was a writer and performer. On seth meyer's late night show on nbc amber and her pow. Jenny hegel another seth writer brin the shows writers room one day just kind of riffing on the fact that as a black writer amber and a gay writer jenny. They naturally thought of jokes. That were decidedly the frame of reference for seth who is neither black nor gay and also guy the new movie star wars the rise of skywalker features a lesbian kiss and for most women sodas college. We didn't think it was going to be anything. We just thought it would make us laugh. Seth like this is great will do it on the show. We do not show great and we were like okay. Well we did it and then they were like. When are we going to do the next one. Is you got to be kidding. Me on its survived. It was a jenny's idea because she didn't like the number of perfect less in jokes that we're going in the garbage. There is no area off camera more important to every late night television show. Then the writer's room let me take you inside for a tour throughout the long history of the the typical late night writer's room would resemble a corporate conference room after the visigoths got through with it a conference table and chairs yes but also piles of debris rolled up paper balls of failed jokes empty pizza boxes half eaten doughnuts allison silverman who has written for legends jon stewart. Stephen colbert got her first exposure in the late night room for another legend conan. O'brien more. Like what

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"peacock" Discussed on Get Sleepy

Get Sleepy

05:54 min | 3 months ago

"peacock" Discussed on Get Sleepy

"peacock" Discussed on Get Sleepy

Get Sleepy

05:43 min | 3 months ago

"peacock" Discussed on Get Sleepy

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"peacock" Discussed on Get Sleepy

Get Sleepy

05:59 min | 3 months ago

"peacock" Discussed on Get Sleepy

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"peacock" Discussed on Get Sleepy

Get Sleepy

05:43 min | 3 months ago

"peacock" Discussed on Get Sleepy

"With its lawns and flower beds. It looks on mice to affect to be real like something from a painting or the gardens of a royal palace tanning away from the window. You inspect the room more closely out. Fast glance it seems there no other entryways save for the one you came through. Could this beautiful room. Be a dead-end if so you can always go back to the entrance and pick another direction to explore bots as you look around the room you wonder if that could be a solution who they. You can't see another entrance or exit. You feel instinctively. Them must be a way out. It may only be a hunch attack. She make your way through these magical rooms. You have only your instinct and imagination to guide you. Move away from the windy and slowly won't across the room. The only sounds are your footsteps on the wooden floor and piano music. The melody is louder than before. But you're not sure where it's coming from. Perhaps lilting won't sing. Music is a clue. If you follow the sound it might lead you to nothing room. Perhaps it's just music and nothing more. It may simply be a beautiful button significant part of the background like the red drapery of the catton's all.

"peacock" Discussed on Get Sleepy

Get Sleepy

04:42 min | 3 months ago

"peacock" Discussed on Get Sleepy

"Of shimmering iridiscent blues and greens for amendment. You simply stand there. Transfixed by the beauty of the bad its appearance in. The room is just as mysterious as your own. Where has it come from. You wonder from the stack ace. Perhaps for the fast time you spot torched doorways near the back of the home then. Not doors butto open. Entrances two on each side of the room both the mocked by gleaming white columns and dazzling mosaic sign. Are you can't read. The language of the signs. United states that each has a different symbol above the arch. One has another. Show the fad aflame.

"peacock" Discussed on Get Sleepy

Get Sleepy

05:38 min | 3 months ago

"peacock" Discussed on Get Sleepy

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"peacock" Discussed on The Roots of Leadership Podcast

The Roots of Leadership Podcast

03:23 min | 4 months ago

"peacock" Discussed on The Roots of Leadership Podcast

"Play another five years but something that that you said though that i think is important for the listeners and i'm here with jamie peacock former professional rugby player motivational speaker leader in the community. And someone that really works to mentor others. When you said about sometimes you have to look in the mirror and assess how you how you're coming back from it from disappointment injury or or could be. You know the things injuries in life right. That aren't aren't that don't hurt our body. But but her mind in seoul and how you have to come back quicker sometimes by realizing. You're just not doing it exactly the right way and that that self assessment that it takes you know you mentioned about behavioral change and making real changes in taking bite size pieces and ultimately that is the term used a badge of honor. You know jamie. Let's for a minute because the listeners. Come from all walks of life from around the world right there. You know we're blessed to have You know roughly three hundred thousand Listeners that that Were just very very blessed. It on roots of leadership people come from a lot of walks of life and they reach out on social media and ask ask questions of the first thing is before we i don't wanna forget is how what's the best way for people to reach you if your best ways just just on my website jamie pig dot co dot. Uk and. i'm also linked to instagram twitter as jamie peacock ten. So yeah that's really gauge. Actually excellent you know i. I wanna take for moment and talk a little bit about about leadership and some of the areas and you talk about self belief at the framework of you know. You've had great coaches you've been around a lot of leaders in both the community and sport. What are what are some of the traits that that you believe are the ones that are the most important when it comes to leadership and self belief. Yeah i think great question. So i think kind of within leadership for me this the three things. I think you're trying to do as later. I think for me. It's about building trust of in good deep relationships. Were able go communication with people. And i think by doing those free things become an effectively out. Can you do that. I think you ought to be authentic. You have to be yourself be anybody else. You have to be consistent. I think you're consistent without your watch with you mood your emotions. You stop have good after relate to you know kinda read a room understand people and i think he wants to lead by example as well. I think you know if what you say. What you do aligned and people follow what you what you do not what you said. And they have to be aligned and you to Be say you're going to you. Fruit on a latam commit to a and then you know i think as well for me. There's a couple of things which are really on leadership. And i think six over the last twelve months. I think you have to be an optimist. He to innovate. I just think you know to think outside. The box field realized a little bit like you know innovated with conference from malaysian realize. The need to change. I.

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The Real World (MM #3637)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 months ago

The Real World (MM #3637)

"The minute with kevin mason Cbs has retooled their all access app and turn it into paramount. Plus it's the latest entry into the world of app based television. Nbc's peacock now. they've got paramount. Plus in addition to your netflix hulu but the one thing that kind of piqued my interest was the promotion for the return of the real world. A show which. I never really watched on television back in the mtv days. Because i was a little bit too old for that but it is the first reality based tv show going back to about nineteen ninety two and they're reuniting the initial cast the real world new york cast from season. One back again. Twenty nine years later. What i didn't realize is the real world ran on television from nineteen ninety-two twenty seventeen and it really is the grandfather of reality. Tv shows if we didn't have the real world we wouldn't have had the kardashians my wife who's younger than me. She watched the first couple of seasons of the real world. She knows those characters. Well she watch. It wouldn't surprise me what rattled me more. It was twenty nine years ago. I've been around that long. That's the scary part.

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The Real World (MM #3637)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 5 months ago

The Real World (MM #3637)

"The minute with kevin mason Cbs has retooled their all access app and turn it into paramount. Plus it's the latest entry into the world of app based television. Nbc's peacock now. they've got paramount. Plus in addition to your netflix hulu but the one thing that kind of piqued my interest was the promotion for the return of the real world. A show which. I never really watched on television back in the mtv days. Because i was a little bit too old for that but it is the first reality based tv show going back to about nineteen ninety two and they're reuniting the initial cast the real world new york cast from season. One back again. Twenty nine years later. What i didn't realize is the real world ran on television from nineteen ninety-two twenty seventeen and it really is the grandfather of reality. Tv shows if we didn't have the real world we wouldn't have had the kardashians my wife who's younger than me. She watched the first couple of seasons of the real world. She knows those characters. Well she watch. It wouldn't surprise me what rattled me more. It was twenty nine years ago. I've been around that long. That's the scary part.

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Julia Alexander shares her experience with the streaming landscape

Recode Media

05:21 min | 5 months ago

Julia Alexander shares her experience with the streaming landscape

"Zander. Welcome to rico media welcome back it's been a while. Thank you so excited to be back a well. There's always a new streaming service talk about are actually maybe not. Maybe we are at the end of the new streaming service launches paramount plus is launching today Discovery plus. i think that's it for at least things he'd been promised are coming right out of all the big media companies. They're all done now. So i wanna talk to you about Both discovery and paramount plus. But let's go very very big picture streaming wars. I know we're not supposed to remorse. But they're they've been going on for a while now. All the major players that are gonna be here are here Has come and gone you. You wrote their tombstone for them The day the day it launched. I remember i asked you Do we have any big picture thoughts about everything that we've seen so far in the relative performance of everyone that isn't net flicks. The obvious winner so far in the streaming wars the word term. We're not supposed to use Is clearly a set of netflix's is clearly disney. Plus i think that speaks to two specific things one brand recognition and and kind of filling a need and in that situation disney plus provides endless entertainment for kids and it provides a safe way place for kids to be this not youtube so freaking out but what their kids are watching at a very low cost into. I think it speaks to the fact that disney can overall you know spend less on the idea of of like marketing for cost acquisition and they can just spend less on having to tell people at disney plus because within fifteen months people figured out disney and i think the big thing will see over the next few years is warnermedia in nbc universal and buy com cbs. Just to name a few are gonna have to figure out how to make peacock and it feel max and paramount plaza really resonate with consumers without reiterating over and over again. What it is. they're paying for. Yeah i mean disney. We all sort of got what it was right away. And they had the mandalorian which was a huge hit and people talked about and they had hamilton which i think didn't get enough coverage but it definitely spiked Their stuff the summer so also when they stopped giving away free trials and now they have one division This is really the most crucial question to ask you. One division or mandalorian. Where where do you come down. Oh man that's like choosing children You know there is definitely a correct answer. There is definitely a better kid in this group. I mean the answers born division. That is correct. That is correct that and by the way. I'm not a marvel fan boy. Seen most of it now just because i i have to. It's my favorite marvel thing by far. I think it'd be hard to wash if you didn't consume any marble but it's great and it's so much better than i thought it was going to be. Good for you julia. You're invited back again. You don't want to do. You wanna hedge that at all. In case you have angry mandalorian star wars people coming out. You say it's even more impressive considering that it was supposed to be the second or third marvel show to come out because it was so weird that they were worried. But i mean everyone loves it and finally we have appointment. Tv at three in the morning again. Do they explain why they're putting out new new episodes at three in the morning eastern time. They told cnn that it was the best time on a global scale is global. But it's also funny that we're talking about it with disney plus. When flexes done this for years they always drop it at midnight. Pacific time three dropped a whole new season. Yeah yeah and they are still. They're still clinging to that. Okay so let's talk about the two latest slash last entries in the streaming wars discovery plus came out. I was not very enthusiastic about it. Not from a programming. Since i just didn't think it filled a need. It looks like it's done better than people might have thought that the number fuzzy. We don't exactly know how they perform. But tell us what you think about discovery plus early on. I wrote about this week over at the verge that it is my favorite going to streaming service. It is in my apartment every single day from it. Am till six seven pm and it's because they've done two things really well. They have created background noise. In a way that i don't have to think about it once it's on it's the perfect form of ambient tv or referred. Its waiting room television. You kinda put it on. You forget it's there. You check in on snow while but the fact that i can go and choose from house interest channel or diners dives and drive in channel and just leave it and not think about it has created an ambulance so they really love during the pandemic. An i keep referring to it as it's done for adults what disney plus for kids which is. If you don't wanna watch frozen over and over again i do watch how centers over and over again have on the background And so. I think i know that they really were. They had this whole theory about like people are gonna come back to us. Good sir favorite shows in the watches over and over again. And i think part of it is like yes in the sense that i like having house centers on the background and therefore it fulfils that need but also think they really don't get enough credit for figuring out passive television allen constant scale without ads playing for me if i have the app plan and it is the greatest discovery. I've had a string lies in the last six months.

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Disney Plus Launches Star, A Streaming Outlet With More Grown-Up Fare

Android Central Podcast

07:36 min | 5 months ago

Disney Plus Launches Star, A Streaming Outlet With More Grown-Up Fare

"Knew that star was launching february twenty third which recording this yesterday. I am in canada. So i have access to it along with australia. New zealand parts of europe in singapore. So a few countries have this new section on their disney plus app. And it's a big deal. It's a big deal for me. Because we get all the wes anderson movies. It's a big deal for some other people because they get like twenty four and richard devine from window. Central is tweeting about how much she loves. Twenty four and jack bowers back baby and all that so. I just wanted to talk about where we are in terms of streaming. I know disney or marvel disney made a big bunch of big announcement this morning On when the next set of mcu in star wars shows will be released on disney plus. And then there's all the other services right. There's hbo max there's peacock there's discovery plus there's Paramount plus. I guess if you want to call that new and all this leads to confusion for people who just want to find the show to watch. So let's start with disney. They now have ninety five million subscribers. They are doing really really well. In terms of expansion into new countries. This new star lodge is a big deal so give us the t. l. Dr if you will of why star launched now and why. It's a big deal for people outside the us lawyers. It's always the lawyers. Yeah i say why did it launch now because this is when they could finally agree on. Okay here's where the contracts in so we can pick things up. Yeah the the. The really oversimplified version is this in the united states. We have hulu and hulu has basically everything. That's not under the five pillars of disney plus in those disney star. Wars marvel pixar in national geographic. Anything outside of that. you what. You're forgetting well. I was gonna say you're forgetting the pillar of twentieth century fox and twentieth century fox which is on hulu so so virtually anything outside of those five pillars in the. Us will find on hulu yes. They're exceptions the problem is hulu is not anywhere in the rest of the world. It's a decidedly american phenomenon and so disney needed a way to get all this content to everybody else in pay by the way they get to charge a little more for it too and that became star the way they first announced it they do it. What other earnings calls last year It was a little like just weird. I didn't even fully understand it at the time and it took a little while to sink in and then the developer not developer days there investor days into simmer november december whenever that was explained. It a little better really. It's just that simple if it's if it's content you can probably find on hulu here in the us it's going to be on star everywhere else. So given that disney twentieth century fox. They bought a. They bought that from fox which was previously a shareholder in hulu disney is now the majority shareholder of hulu. Why can't they just bring hulu to the rest of the world. What is that. I mean i don't know the brand well who owns. Who is the issue there although disney now entirely owns who if i correct right they finish tying their last pieces of hulu like two years ago for for all intents and purposes and there might be somebody with a little sliver but it it's a disney joint partially owned by comcast but they're buying it slowly over the next few years right. Yeah that was an agreement that was made a couple of years ago but But that's why comcast is okay. All of our stuff is leaving hulu at this date because we will no longer have a share in it and it's all going to peacock But yeah the reason that who didn't exist in all these other countries was media streaming lauzon like entertainment and streaming laws vary by country by country. It takes a lot of money to get the rights to a decent amount of shows in places other than the us so it was a matter of hulu. Didn't really have the time or the or the money to spend on investing in trying to build up a catalog and other countries the only other country that hulu is in outside of the united states is japan. And i'm not sure how much longer is going to be there since they're probably going to roll it into star but it's disney had the clout to roll around the disney also already had rights to a lot of these things or the released they in contracts and have the rights back right so it's just easier to bring a new sub domain umbrella underneath disney plus put all the twentieth century fox content in there called star and make it a separate kind of expansion for everybody who already has disney plus. All star is disney. Plus for grownups. It's harder to always you know proper phones not anymore. But that's a. That's a good analogy. Yeah all right. So we we have star. It's got all the twentieth century fox stuff. I think it's got more than that. That's also where a lot of like. Abc television stuff ended up. It's also where a bunch of other like indie stuff that disney and fox had bought up over the years. Anything fox searchlight his ended up in there. That's why it's it's a huge a collection of content. I'm amazed that they were able to get the international rights for those together quickly. Enough for star for the international launches. So the question. I have is is disney. Plus going to host new content in star is that is this where they're going to compete with netflix and hbo for adult viewership or are they still kind of not really aiming at that audience. No actually. I think you've got that right in. It's going to get a little weird because contents can vary by country but you can see that a little bit in the in the Release lists you get you get stuff that is decidedly more adult in there and and part of that is just from the content. That's coming out of those houses in the first place. If you look at specifically fx stuff here it's called fx. Hulu it is it is. I don't know that. I'd go so far as to say it's r rated but it's pretty damn close. Fx is yeah fx is definitely not child-friendly content like ninety percent of it like isn't fx. Were archer lives yeah. Fx is is archer archer archers ethics original sort of But yeah we look at the. The new exclusive stuff like fx on hulu like depths. Was one. I loved last year. I thought it was excellent right up until the end and it went. A little off the rails. Mrs america was on there as well. I mean there's stuff that the you wouldn't even otherwise necessarily see on cable but that they're streaming in that fashion. lets them. do you know just a little more than they. otherwise would have And it's not something that you would see on disney plus so this gives them another conduit for that stuff as well. Yeah and the brand new original content is also going. It's going to vary by the audience category. 'cause like anything that's marvel or star wars is not going to be listed under the star brand period. If it belongs to one of those temples it's still going to be disney plus branded and everything starts going to have the both labels at the bottom whenever they're advertising it but it's a matter of if we're going to do original series if it's pg or if it's pg thirteen below it'll probably be disney plus branded and if it's not pg thirteen disney and pg thirteen and up will probably be star

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Paramount Plus wants to take on Disney Plus, HBO Max and Peacock

The 3:59

02:41 min | 5 months ago

Paramount Plus wants to take on Disney Plus, HBO Max and Peacock

"Paramount plus made a big splash with a series of super bowl commercials. It probably led to folks wondering what the heck is. This thing you know clearly is bringing together. But cbs viacom shows and movies. But we've actually already had a version of applause for a couple of years now. It's cbs all access. So what's the deal here. So roger that the thing is. Cbs merged with viacom recently. And so what they're going to do is they're rebranding service to kind of all those other viacom properties. Mtv comedy central and also paramount studios. So that's going in there as well so all these kinds of things are going to get wrapped up along with the cbs shows. A lotta cbs. Shows that you know and love from. Cbs alexis they actually called it. A rebranding to start out. So changing the name Probably a few logos and things like that. We saw the super bowl commercial featured a mountain that all of these well-known cbs characters on spongebob to picard to football players were climbing That's there it's mostly a rebrand. I think at launch. It's going to be mostly the same. Content is cbs access with a couple of new things. There isn't event coming up a week from today. actually a basically it is viacom. Cvs is but they're also taking that as an opportunity to run through some of the content in some additional details on paramount. Plus now we were. We were all sitting in tuning into the disney presentation back in november. Which i think it was four hours long and basically it was just a marathon session of new content. Are you expecting something similar from this event. Or what what what. what are you expecting. What are you hoping for at least get out of this from this event. So i'm hoping for some new exciting content. You know i. My hope is a little bit damp and by that super bowl commercial. You'd think if they were gonna launch a big splashy new show you know talk about some new stars they have. They would be enact commercial for the super bowl if anywhere but we'll see i. They've already said that. The why the launch is gotta be. Spongebob movie sponge on the run. But that's not an original. They've talked about few original properties They're saying coming soon. One called the lioness which is a better creator of yellowstone the hit series on paramount network which is also going to be on paramount plus yellowstone. That is so there's a few things but maybe they'll surprise us to be great to see you know a couple new. At least one new star trek series for example to kind of you know cater to fans who are looking for something new. And that franchise.

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"peacock" Discussed on Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages

Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages

06:45 min | 6 months ago

"peacock" Discussed on Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages

"So plane. Oh i'm not going to say it piper said. I'm going to sing really gets you know really gets you loved. Brady is the only club i care to be. Part of pretty makes me happy and important to one doesn't have to be that brady just brady are. Then you feel as he's finished. Singing piper fanned out his fantastic feathers and shown in the sun. He looked with a smug smile at jane as if he was expecting her to applaud. That's enough. Jane said whatever. I'm playing but i can do lots of other stuff. I can do things that take way more talent and our way cooler than just having some shiny feathers oh sure slurred the peacock. Whatever you have to tell yourself plain. Jane the gangly crane once again. Human footsteps crunched in the woods nearby. Now if you'll excuse me. I have another member of the adoring public to greet. Will this one give the pretty birds snack or will they just want me to model for them. The future remains to be seen but it looks bright for a beautiful boy like me. Gruff old man entered their little grassy spot. He was dressed in drab greens with an orange vest and hat. Oh look at that pretty bird. He said to the peacock he held his hands behind his back and walked towards piper Oh and a little plane friend to. He added looking at jane. He called me plain. Jane thought miserably but at least he saw me here. Pretty boy the old man said. I have something for you. Piper turned and smirked at jane and then straight up to the old man. That's ride. He could just a little closer piper fan his feathers and got up close. Oh perfect the old man said and he pulled his hunting rifle from behind his back. Now hold still piper look out. Jane squawked as the rifle blasted thunder the peacock tired at the sound of her voice and the bullet him by an inch so close. It ruffled his feathers. Jane hollered and both birds barreled into the brush behind them. They heard the hunter curse and stop after them. Come out come out pretty bird. He called. I wanna have you for dinner huddled in a bush. The birds realized there was nowhere to go. The hunter stopped closer. He would be on them any second. What will we do. Wobbled panicked peacock. We shouted jane. there is no we like. I told you before. There's plenty of great things that i can do. That don't involve being pretty like watt. Well for starters. I can fly. Jane said and now it was her turn to smirk. And now i'm gonna fly myself right on out of here but don't worry i'm sure you're pretty behind will look right on that hunters dinner table your going to leave me your pretty and perfect and you said that's all you need. You don't want any help from plain. Jane the gangly crane Freddie matters more than anything you told me. That's what you've been singing and i to you closely. It looks like you were on. The hypothesis fell through. One of us can fly away and sadly it's not you. Jane looked at piper for a long time. I'm sorry jane. He said i was such a bully for such a long time. I know i don't deserve your help. I'll run out and distract the hunter and you fly away. Okay no what do you mean. No let me do this for you. Now we're going to gather together how the hunters footsteps closer his rifle leveled near the ground at peacock. Kite come out pretty birdy come out come out wherever you. The birds exploded from the bush in a flurry of feathers. The hunter tumbled backwards onto his rear end and his rifle flew into the grass. What in the world he shouted and he watched gangly flap her way into the sky with the round. Little peacock clutched tightly in her talons jet. Black hair never. Jane shouted laughing as she fought her way into the sky and flapping into the distance. Oh i'm flying said piper. As he watched the ground drop away beneath him. I can't believe you can just do this. Wow i'm flying. This is so much better than being pretty. They both have their benefits. Gene said and together. They flew safely over the horizon and after that piper told all of the other peacocks with jane had done and none of them were ever mean to her again but of course they did ask for the occasional ride. The end today's story peacocking was an adaptation of an ace ops fable written for you by daniel hines and performed for you. Buy me amanda weldon with original songs bias. Both if you would like to support stories podcast you can leave us. A five star review on itunes get ad free episodes and more at patriot. Dot com slash. Stories check out oliver merch available at stories podcasts dot com slash shop follow us on instagram at stories. Podcast or simply. Tell your friends about us. Thanks for listening..

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"peacock" Discussed on The Streaming Wars

The Streaming Wars

05:18 min | 10 months ago

"peacock" Discussed on The Streaming Wars

"About this Roku deal then the next day Oh that they're done and Texas you and you're like Oh. Yeah. This'll happen within twenty four hours. So it's a pretty crazy situation given in contrast like Hbo Max in in in their disagreement with Roku Amazon fire basically last Thursday late in the day, there was an us. There was a rumor floating around that NBC Universal was going to be was going to be pulling all of their APPs there. TV anywhere APPs from Roku, unless Roku let peacock onto the service for those of you. Who are wondering? What what, what does NBC universal have will have a lot I mean they have not only their news channels, sports channels, they also have NBC proper. They have Bravo, they have e they have a lot of individual APPs because they own a lot of different channels have USA. They have Sifi all these channels that are on cable and broadcast have individual APPs that you have access to of your cable provider that you can access. If you have Roku, it makes up a pretty good chunk of of channels I mean there's A, good collection of them that being said, it was it was kind of like hot. Well, that's one way to get. Roku. To kind of like move towards getting peacock on. That was the first headline then I think it was Friday morning. There was word that came out that said that there was a deal in place for peacock two-lane on the service, but it completely fell through and now all the any anywhere APPs from NBC universal coming off the service within the next two weeks, which was a surprise because you would think that. There'd be deals in place where they can't just take them off but you know because everybody always talks about like, oh, well, prime video signed a new deal with CBS all access to keep the service on for multiple years. You know it doesn't just come up incidentally that all of them are up at the same exact time because CBS Alexis is its own thing while paramount Viacom said, yes, it is has a lot of different. Also, they have their own CBS anywhere app they have other channels like the paramount network they have MTV. Nickelodeon they have other channels that exist within you know broadcast and cable that have their own anywhere to you don't hear about them being linked at the same time. So then by Friday Friday ad evening, it was announced stats that there was a deal in place but nobody had officially said anything I believe it was like Saturday morning I woke up and I saw on twitter there was a there was a comment from peacock stating that they were so happy that's Roku was joining the fly playing off of their their bird analogies they've used so many times. During the marketing of peacock but they said that and then broke who official comment that said that within the coming within the next couple weeks Roku we're going to be adding peacock to the service, and then what was even crazier was by Monday peacock was already on Roku was already available has we're talking now peacock is available on Roku devices all over the place. So within a matter of days this all took place and seemingly it seems as if the defining was NBC universal, potentially pulling their other serve their other streaming APPs from Roku and that being A. Also, there's word on the street that's their specific NBC universal content that will be licensed so that Roku can use on their individual roku channel, which is not a surprise because that's also what we've heard about Disney plus with Amazon and how I am dbt got certain shows that were part of ABC studios within the corporate umbrella of Disney that ended up at ATV that are licensed by Amazon, that could have potentially grease the wheels for. The deal that potentially needed to happen Disney plus Amazon because. Amazon Disney plus warrant there at the very from the very beginning either with deal, and then suddenly that was something that happened. So let's talk about that first, and then we'll talk about the ramifications for the future of what this means for Hbo Max. This whole situation was pretty crazy I it's so hard to compare different contract negotiations because each side has different, you know in goals. Each each deal is different but there is a lot of correlation there between you know an ad sport business and whatnot between each comebacks in the embassy peacock parts of the platform think having an an apple ready on the platform and probably had a decent amount of of of traffic on through it probably grease the wheels bit because there's something Roku doesn't want the bad press of like Oh. Yeah. Hey, this you know this. Streaming, partner is now non or platform anymore and do the country negotiation like that in a PR setting will look like inches crocus falter ready for them not coming together sooner versus like h Max. issue, Max was never on platform to begin with and you know there's there's that distinction of life or not me to for them to be on here until the deal is ready versus like you know renegotiation where Roku mind just seemed there being. Money hungry or some other type of energy described him for not re re upping the deal I think being on there before definitely helped advantage in think that you know peacock has come out and I think that they want their ads to be of at most five minutes I think coming out with some specifications of how they're doing ads before he really pushed into a corner of like, okay. We'll give him the set of constraints like there's no roof negotiation like they already promise customers and the customers are paying or will be paying or we'll be watching and really kind of stuck in a boat like, Hey, this is the best to do. There's no better negotiations..

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"peacock" Discussed on The 3:59

The 3:59

05:13 min | 11 months ago

"peacock" Discussed on The 3:59

"I've heard nothing official like these companies don't necessarily like to talk about why they disagree We did hear statements on Friday as as peacock and. Roku went back and forth about it being about ad revenue Roku I guess wants. Data for advertising that peacock has built into their APPs or vice versa, it's limited difficult to follow but again, it always boils down to money I. Think these disagreements are very similar to what happens with cable companies not carrying networks for a while there was a big disagreement between dish network and NFL network. They finally wrapped up right before the NFL season, for example, a lot of a lot of these providers carriers which are kind of similar to Roku and fire TV in this situation had disagreements with the content providers which are Kinda like peacocking in Hbo or the traditional channels, and they just had to agree to carry. The channels with basically works out to be money deal and at the end of the day. It does it's it's a little more complicated with stream services though because there are these factors like ad revenue and things like that that are also built in data is is a huge sticky point for these companies. Yeah. So what do you think's going to happen now? So this point, the lay of the land is we've got one of these services peacock one, these new big budget services peacock on Roku but we're still missing peacock on fire TV and we're still missing it's real Max on both Roku and fire TV. What do you think's going to be what's going to be happening next? Can we do you think that we can expect there to be some changes if we've started to see. A little bit of progress with some of these actors. Yes. It is I. Think the pressures on both sides it's not like one side is is completely back against the wall. Both of them you know have a lot of stake in it and they both have advantages. roku gigantic. So is fire TV they have. You know what was eighty million subscribers between them you know we're users active users. So that's massive. You know and and obviously if if peacock and HBO Max WanNa tap into the audience, they really want their APPs on those devices. These APPS we're ready to go. You know from day one you know as soon as the launch was there it was just they didn't work out the. Details, it's not a technical issue. It's it's just the money So I think that they'll work it out especially once the those services Hbo Max in particular but also peacock start to add more originals more compelling content remember these things just launched in the streaming game in the big scheme things their brand new and I think all work it out because it's in all of their best interests. Yeah. Yeah..

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"peacock" Discussed on The Streaming Wars

The Streaming Wars

07:11 min | 1 year ago

"peacock" Discussed on The Streaming Wars

"Relax W. W meditate to help you clear head, and if you're stressed and so, this is a very interesting project. Basically you'RE GONNA get people, scenario, different stories, and basically narrate certain stories for you. It just seems like a very unique piece of content for very unique audience. It's definitely one of those that's not going to reach for like a bunch of people, but I feel like it's going to reach a certain group of people you know. At first I was like. Wow, why do we need content? Content why what what benefit does it have? Hbo Hbo Max to develop content for such niche audience group. I was thinking about that for for a few moments, but I think about it. It doesn't make sense. There are people that are very much into into meditation into current ahead into having good mental head space, and and I feel like it's more each max taking a little bit more creative freedoms you know it's not just driven by market forces or driven by in analytics driven by insiders. Insiders that have been there forever. It seems like there's a little more liberty into some. The projects in I could definitely see that this project is gonNA reach a certain a certain group that the other players aren't really reaching because right now, Rian the space of everyone's getting content, so everyone's getting all these players getting exposure to all these different markets, but now it's it's a differentiates you from the other players I think it's going to be. It's very unique. Cattle an animal to this. Is! The today content from peacock that we talked about last week in today, talk shows in for various things. It's not gonNA reach a whole bunch of subscribers. It's it's. It's not gonNA reach a large amount of people, but for the people that the that can reach. It's going to get them hooked it straight into reaching. You know one of those people and I. I think that's a smart move by peacock. I could see other streaming services doing something like this. You know a program that's a yoga or just like plant life for just something else. Just free niche audiences I could see streaming services, doing more and more and more like that. You have a lot of youtube series out there that kind of deal with certain. Certain things and I think that we're also see streaming services adopt the same type of idea, and said of making content. That's that's making all content just to reach. The most amount of people think we'RE GONNA see new wave of content that's GONNA reach a smaller subset of people, so you're GonNa have the big the big group over here discounts gonNA reach pretty much. Much as many people possible, then there's GonNa? Be The other content. That's more creative. That's more independent that the reaches and it's targeted. Justice is more specific group of people that were to start to see the new direction in streaming sometime soon. I think we're seeing a little bit of that here in there with different players with this call map we saw. Today programming and there were see that more in the future, so that's kind of my my view on Com series, and maybe maybe I'm looking at it a little bit too much putting a little too much into it, but. That's Kinda how I see this going down and just be the only way that I can rationalize why they would make a TV series about the calm meditation APP, or and then jumping over to peacock. There's the Katie and drama series departure, which will head to peacock peacock is also developing the series based on the video game indivisible, and then if you're wondering why peacock didn't end up on Roku Amazon, there are it's because of data and ads according to the verge, which is something that we've actually talked about. We've talked about this before to. Specifically, this is come Hubble different times. It feels like obviously there are some places that are talking about it more presently, because peacock just launched last week which I'll talk about in a minute, but the idea here is that if there's any doubt in your mind as to why it's not happening, because of debt and adds there is also a potential third reason, and that is content for the the ad-supported channels within the services so Amazon has. TV and Roku has the roku channel and they have content that is available for free supported by ads, and there's an ad split that. That obviously is between the content producer and the and the content provider which would be obviously roku Amazon IMDB TV. Now this the reason I bring this up is because this is not brought up in this conversation very often, but one would connect the dots and say that potentially the reason why Disney plus didn't have an issue with getting on Amazon or Roku is because they cut a deal with some of the content. Content that is not fitting to be on Disney. Plus meaning some of the content. You would expect to find on Hulu. If you remember correctly I believe it was back in February. We actually talked about how the series lost, which originally aired on? ABC is in fact owned by Disney was going to be and at the time it was a big hit. It was like well surprise surprise. This is a huge thing framed. And nobody really was wondering why was going? They're considering Disney. Owns the majority of Hulu and will completely own Hulu very shortly here? The makes perfect sense for that type of content to be over on Hulu because they own it, but that's not something that was happening, and you have to beg the question of as to why that is happening, so there's been some. Some little scuttle out there about the fact that potentially one of the other points of contention when it comes to. This is the fact that there's a problem with getting content. There's the HBO Max Or More Specifically Warren Media and when it looked when you look at peacock more specifically, NBC Universal. They don't have content that they specifically want to license out to. Four. Or licensed content to Roku for the roku channel specifically for the purpose of them having content, they want their content themselves where they want to make a better deal somewhere else that they can get for some this content, so it's something that's not brought up a lot. Honestly think that might have something to do with it to. NBC Universal already is. Licensing content from elsewhere to fill their service, so it's not like they have a lot of options of giving away content especially content. That is popular enough to warrant someone you know worrying to this that this type of deal but I honestly believe that this is another reason as to why this continues to happen is it's not just about the data and the ads, which is of course, the most important thing I also think it has something to do with this other content that we are. We hear about months after the fact I. Agree with you in and soon hearing how? DOTS could be put together into the story that you're talking about actually. Makes a lot of sense, and it answers cushions even though I had about how does NICA? The deal done always attributed to that they never were planned to do ad-supported, so it's not to worry about that type of language in the contract and try to negotiate that. So that's that's that's a really fun conspiracy and it sits very plausible, so it's really good interesting to think about, but to take off the analyst effort second. Put on the consumer hat this debate over data. Data and adds four new streaming services is very annoying because you know I used my my desktop, my laptop to for work in for work things, and then to enjoy streaming services in my downtime, APP by TV, and all of my.

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"peacock" Discussed on Little Gold Men

Little Gold Men

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"peacock" Discussed on Little Gold Men

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"peacock" Discussed on Little Gold Men

Little Gold Men

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"peacock" Discussed on Little Gold Men

"All things and all of your accomplishments. As, we record this. It's the day that the cover has come out so we're all feeling very excited. and we're going to ask a little bit about the process of writing it. We're also gonNA talk about a whole bunch of new movies that are out. That are really worth your time including the old guard in Palm, springs and some others, and then a and Chris going to explain to us all the deal with peacock, which is the new streaming service launched by NBC that launches this week as well but first, Sonia. Viola, Davis The cover story is beautiful. The photographs are incredibly beautiful, and what I love about. Your story is how you kind of admit to being a mere mortal in the presence of Davis, even via zoom, and how like overwhelming that was! What was that experience like of having her and her voice be met you through your computer on zoom. It's like a laser focus. You know because you're just like your head on. I was just head on talking to her like it's a conference call with my sister something and she has a very not only does she have so much presence just like with her bearing and her her. Really I talk about this on the peace. Peace, she has this really wonderful like resonant voice, but she also has just like so serious like she doesn't do she. She can be very funny, but she everything is very considered like she doesn't do like small talk. Nothing is like sort of jokey or casual. She's very much like I'm ready to talk about my purpose like ready to talk to you about like my childhood trauma like if that's like where we need to go. And it's amazing to speak to someone who is like so self aware, and also so just like plugged in. You know. She's like a very conscious person, but I think that's like a lot of wear. Her connection to her art comes from. She feels a lot and she's very present and She's intense. Yeah, yeah, but you know living at that living at that intensity living without passion. It makes sense. You know that she's as talented as she is. Yeah, we would I lie so much about the stories. I feel like you get with with her. Or with other people you get interviews or profiles, trying to be like casual and talk about their family and their pets, and then like there's a little minute for the serious stuff in this felt like all the big stuff like you. Guys did not answer on anything she. She really got and she talked about like colors them. She talked about like the help which something she's talked about before. She really got into it like you guys, I don't know if that was like part of your goal from the beginning of writing or just what happens when you're talking to Davis and she goes there. You kind of just have to follow her. I mean she was definitely ready to be very serious, and she had some things. That I know that. She seemed like she wanted to talk about, but also like it's just so present for her. I, think and I think she was very conscious of like the opportunity of being vs cover, and we know we talked a little bit about magazines, general about media in general, and how black women especially dark skinned black women are portrayed, and she's always aware of how she is representing who she who she is and who? Who she stands for which I think is not easy to do I mean that's that's the burden of representation, but she carries it very lightly because it seems to her to be again. Really close to her mission. You know at some point we I try to talk to her a little bit because she was at home, so I I saw her husband's are briefly and I was laying. Yeah, talk to me. Like what's he up to? And she was like so anyway like my work and I was like all right. So. Yeah Yeah. It was great. Sonya, can you tell the story I love the story you lead off with? Is this kind of anecdote of? And Octavia Spencer protesting right. Can you just tell share that with our listeners? Oh yeah, well. He emailed activities Spencer, who is a friend and a neighbor of Iowa's and spoke to vile about this as well, and they had posted about it on his instagram, which is that they did a little mini protest near their neighborhood, so they? It was in studio city in in L. A. and they were on the corner of like Laurel Canyon Bloomberg I think and they they there was like ten of them because they were worried about going to the protests because they have immuno compromised people in like they're like bubble of their quarantining west, and so they didn't WanNa put anyone at risk, but they also wanted to show their support and. Express their their rage, and their and their love in some way, so they organized this incredible little protest, and the pictures of it are so funny because it's they're all wearing masks, so you can't tell that like it's Octavia. Spencer Viola Davis and Nicole Brown was there to, and they're holding up their signs. And you know it was very interesting like a lot of people honks, but she said they got middle fingers to like. I can't believe what someone must be someone in. There must be looking back. Going I flicked off Viola Davis like not one. Quick. But like you know, she said it was really empowering just to be able to do that and like someone like random pizza from look across the street. It was the perfect thing to start it off with. Because I felt like they found a way to like. Make this moment like to fit into this Mohan to lake. Make it work for them and. They're just they're just so cool. They're very close. Knit like all of them, so it was. It was a rowdy. I love that quote of we've got a few beeps and we got a few fingers. Gotta Fingers Yeah. So we have the cover and the photos along with the story shot by Dario Cow meese. The cover is beautiful. It's got this really stunning image of her and I didn't realize that there was the story of this You know old historical photograph. He'd been inspired by to make this cover showing off her back in this incredible profile is beautiful. It's one of those exciting covers that we've had in so long so congratulations to Sonia and everyone else who made it happen? Okay, so we said we're going to talk about some movies that are out now in your. Virtual Theaters Aka in your house and after what feels like several months of not really knowing what movies were there and kind of making do with you know a lot of great television, but movies kind of being canceled we have a really strong handful of movies. That were either always. Always going to come out on digital or have kind of adjusted for it. Including the movie that I want to hear Richard explained to me first before we get, we've all seen. There's a Tom. Hanks movie on a boat called Greyhound I don't know anything about it really beyond that except that it sounds like something. My Dad would like but Richard. You said.

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"peacock" Discussed on Planet Money

Planet Money

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"peacock" Discussed on Planet Money

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"peacock" Discussed on Planet Money

Planet Money

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"peacock" Discussed on Planet Money

"Three quick things before we start the show won the shows it was a rerun it originally aired in two thousand sixteen to it includes sounds of cooking and eating. Apparently some people don't like the sound of eating so that's a warning and and three. The show was recorded in Stereo. Which means if you have headphones you might WanNa put them on? Don't make the show more fun to listen to Winegarden who's going to help you. Is this the exotic meat market in California. Komo name is David Kastenbaum. I'm a reporter with National Public Radio. I worked for a team that covers economics and for the holiday. We want to cook this very very very old recipe from the spice trade days. How it's from the sixteen hundred hundred? Yeah we're GONNA meet a calls for Peacock Doc. Oh Yeah Beautiful. Do you have peacocks there. Yeah I do I see it says whole peacock online right. Yeah does that include the head and neck I can send you the head neck league everything those against today you can get it tomorrow Well do you feel. You'll bad killing peacocks. Because they're so pretty do not do you know I mean. I've seen them at the zoo. I mean do you not be out there. No they are really nasty. Birds kick ass of the Turkeys Geese ducks they go after Obam after the emus. Yeah one of the NASTIEST birds. I think we're ready to order one more thing We like to star shows by saying hello and welcome to planet money. Can you say hello and welcome the planet money. Hey Hello and welcome to plant. I mean this is on show from exotic meat markets and. I wish you the best the very back today on the show here. I wrote this down today on the show. We try to cook a recipe from from a Dutch cookbook written in sixteen twelve. It calls for a lot of ingredients that back then people risk their lives to bring back from the other side of the earth close cloves lots and lots of cloves. What did things taste like back? Then what was the taste that changed the world. Before now I have not tribeca amazing. What does it taste late because you compare that me do anything? Thanks so much. Thank you bye. Planet money has a newsletter straight to your inbox. It's it's just the right amount of economics weekly go to NPR dot org slash planet money newsletter onto onto all right. It's a little after nine. AM The kids are off for school. Jess and Jacob is supposed to be here soon to help cook the peacock which arrived yesterday by Fedex. We were supposed to have a professional chef. Join us to to help But that fell through so we are on our own I to be honest. I'm a little nervous about that movie in my house. Hey Hey oh it's so nice and warm in here whereas the bird it's in their frigerator you want to see it I do. There's a lot of questions that have cooler. It's the styrofoam core. I was like the whole birds in. You're it's GONNA take it out. Could no feathers first thing things no peacock feathers it here. This is the hard part for me. The Claus Claus or poking through the plastic bag you can really see what the clause the dinosaur anusorn thing you know. It looks like a little TARANCON. Definitely farm-to-table okay. All right back in the boxing. It's okay so what do we make all right well. There were no photographs but people made paintings back then and it turns out there paintings of this dish. And here's a picture. This is like those renaissance paintings. You see in the art museum and you go like Oh look like because bunch of food on the table your look closely beautiful. Yeah so it's like a pie where they've stuck the head of the peacock on the front of it. It and the tail feathers on the back and inside is the peacock meet right. So it's like a chicken potpie or something but it's Peacock Popeye that kind of ideal. It's a peacock pie with the actual head of peacock. Stuck onto an tailfeathers. Yes Okay Yeah it looks Nice. I mean now to be clear are peacock is like a dead peacock head this peacock. I mean obviously obviously dead but it has all the feathers on. I should have been more specific. We call them and got us. The recipe sees the Netherlands. But she's agreed to be available on skype. So Hi I'm Christian. I know she on losers and I'm Dutch. Historian could INARI historian. Who Am I to cook? There is no cook bad news. We are cook less. No it's okay we're reporters. Yeah oh I don't think it really difficult. Maybe you'll have to call me a bit more often than you would like but I have some questions about the recipe. Okay what's the title of it. What's it called? Who would have been a and power industry China console which means peacock pie how to lay a repeat hook interface she quarter min eating this rate with this like the sort of Wall Street traders of their Davies people who are getting rich off the growth of capitalism and like the way traders say? We'll go to a steakhouse back. Then they'd be like look. I got a peacock pie. Precision bird a prestigious bird. Why were people so in love with spices? Are you like to Have your food taste or something. Yeah but I mean disorder sorta important for health reasons when you have Arthritis true just like the Diet fat of its day. Of course. I read that people thought some spices would make your penis larger of course authors. Wendy plan so but why just help me understand why they were so popular lake. Just a fad. Like what No. I do not think that. But because of extensive it remains popular by people who provide them to make a long nose to the people who could not make a long nose you mean like it was a status symbol symbol to show like look how rich I am combined these spices. Yes the fact that they were expensive made them popular. Let's Cook Yeah. Yeah yeah wish us luck just have fun. Days is saying here in Europe. I think French origin that someone who loves good food. And we'll be a sequence twenty year. Thank you very much all right. Here's the recipe. Not yet these are. These are not timid spices. They're like all pretty strong tasting calls for cloves nutmeg and cinnamon so little thing I know about close to not make because it the only place on earth they were grown at the time where.

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"peacock" Discussed on GSMC Social Media News Podcast

GSMC Social Media News Podcast

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"peacock" Discussed on GSMC Social Media News Podcast

"A peacock i don't know where this peacock came from because it's the courtyards in the middle of an office park and then there's it's on a busy street and i have no idea how this peacock got here and it seems to kind of live maybe in the bushes i'm not quite sure i've only seen in a couple of times but the fact that i've seen it more than once does suggest that actually lives there and was not just sort of randomly brought there for a day but evidently these peacocks surrey are noisy and poop allott and neighbors have complained to the local government or what have you about it and nothing's been done about it and the peacocks have taken to damaging residents cars and that's not that's not a personal vendetta that peacock's having cars or anything they're actually doing it for her rather ridiculous reason which is that in darker cars which are shiny the peacock's can see their reflection and think it's another peacock and so will attack it it's just like this feels this is almost levels of isn't this a commercial for like an insurance company where the ram sees its reflection in the car and decides to head hike this actually really happens how but yes so neighbors have complained for years about these peacocks and this is just the latest sort of i meant to say something micron than with the feather and micro but that's my cap and so chhaya stop messing up my idioms but so one man decided that he had had enough after years of this and not having any results from the local government and he had a tree in his not sure if it was his ardor his backyard he had very large tree that the peacocks to roussin cut down and since he did not have a permit to do that he is facing a fine and some of the neighbors are like that's a terrible thing the peacocks were here first and other neighbors are like these peacocks are at annoyance and i will help pay that man's fine because i am so thankful that he did that but i'm just my first thought was even more peacocks can roosts injuries can you tell i don't know much about peacocks i've seen them i mean now especially with the one in the courtyard i've definitely seen and i'm now.

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