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Fresh update on "pittman" discussed on Drew Garabo Live

Drew Garabo Live

00:55 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "pittman" discussed on Drew Garabo Live

"LF you Harry champion I hope your death is painful. Oh, man, that's he died of like 41 years old again. Really? Yeah. 1942 to 1981 Damn. I'm sorry. Maybe died of a broken heart. Hopefully, Sometimes you got to do that, though Sometimes you just got to put yourself through the most painful things to truly feel what you need to feel because like I haven't cried yet on my son's birthday, so I figured, you know, I need to evoke something cause I don't want to be an ocean prime later and have it be like, you know, Cal throws out a butter cake or here you go. Guys of it. Good. So wait. The your new friends are coming to the birthday dinner, are they I'd appreciate it if those worlds could just stay separate, if if if I could have different worlds, Okay, So that's a No. I'm a dad. Over here and over here. I'm a guy who has new friends. Okay? Like Friday. I'm a dad Saturday. Okay, Well, I didn't. I didn't think we covered the night so I just knew that you had dinner with them playing and dinner with one point. Yeah. Okay. I didn't know that your son could meet your friends. Sorry, 7275791025 and 807 711 85. This guy knows the game is over, but he wants to do it anyway, and he's been trying for weeks. I'm very sensitive to excessive Drew Coke, especially after last week's debacle when we were trying to give away lightning tickets. So, Chris, you've got 15 seconds to do yours. And then if we know it, we'll tell it. And if we don't, we'll hang up on you. This is all for you. Drew because you're the one that got me on the song. All right, Drew Drew. Drew, Drew, Drew, Drew Drew. True, true, True, True, True, true, True. Did you Drew? Drew, Drew, Drew drew. Drew Drew. Drew. Drew. Drew Drew. I don't know it. You know, John, uh it feels like it could be country. What is it? It's fire on the horizon. What? Oh, by stick figure. Yeah, You're the one who started playing that a lot. So that was that's what it's all my Spotify. Now you're a sweet man, but that was a terrible rendition. Yeah, you sound like a real nice guy, and it's a great song. But that was, uh, a little pitchy dog through through. That's a hard one to do. Actually, maybe I'll take back what I said. So I apologize 7 to 7. 5791025 At 800. 771 One. Oh, 25. Are you ready to get an update with Pittman? Oh, yeah, taking his mastication vacation. And, uh, He's checking in with us right now. What's up, Hitman? Yo, I'm I'm ready to go wherever you guys should say. Well, I feel like we've exhausted our areas of expertise. My good man. Did you go to Orlando last night? I did. I did. I went I went to, uh, started with Johnny. So, uh, so it's filling station giant filling. Yeah, I keep wanting to say Johnny Feller up station. Sure. Fill her up. Now. Did you go to the original Because I believe last time I was there, There's Johnny's fillings. Nation. The original, which is kind of an old school dive bar like vibe, and then they've got Johnny's other side, which is kind of the you know, built up version. Which one did you go to? Mm. It was the had a had a bars and had a bar vibe to it had stuff all over the ceiling or not. Yeah, that's the original Dogg. How is your burger? It was dope. I had the uh uh, The full service. Yeah, the full service. Oh, and, um I substituted the uncooked onions for the sauteed onions thought I was. The only change are made to it. But My God. That was the first time I ever had a burger. I didn't have to put like a condiment on. Yeah, yeah, Their burgers are the truth for sure. And then I saw you made a late night trip to gringos. Locos. What did you get the double D's? I did. I got a faithful of double ds. Yes. Who doesn't love that right? How was it? It was good. I thought it was cool that the the double down on the the shelves, how they had the hard and the soft shell going on. So, but, yeah, no, I mean, um Like I said, if you guys had any other ideas tomorrow, I'm going to be finishing it off back in Tampa, hitting the rest of those restaurants that you guys told me about, but important question while you're in Orlando. Did you hit the White Castle? Oh, that's a good That is good because they got a brand new White Castle, the world's largest. I believe on international drive. Probably a long wait in the drive thru, but I heard inside. It's not that bad. Uh, no, I did not. And that's because you know my whole thing. No chain restaurants. Yeah. Good. Call on that. Very good car. Well, enjoy the rest of your Tampa trip were exhausted. As far as food possibilities go. We You know we gave you are. We blew our load on you, okay? Hey, Rubio slathered it all over. So we're all good here. You're the man. I've appreciated your content, and I'll keep an eye out, man. You the man, Pittman appreciate your Pittman. All right. Thank you guys so much. You guys are awesome, man. So Cat's in the cradle. That is by a man. You said his name was Harry Chapin. Okay, That's not cat Stevens. Okay, Yusuf. Cat Stevens has other songs. Okay? Yeah, because my dad sent me a song that played this for Drew. Have you ever heard of the song? Father and son by cat, Stephen. That's another one that I'm reading the words right now, And it's just, uh I hope we don't have it in here. Yeah, Honestly, I don't know. It seems, uh Oh, No. Well now..

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Is Tutu Atwell Too Small to Succeed in the NFL? - burst 04

Daily Dose Football

07:19 min | 3 weeks ago

Is Tutu Atwell Too Small to Succeed in the NFL? - burst 04

"Is thereby do like the fact that kyle amaury stole from the ball but now we are going to hop into a guy that went fifteen picks earlier in nfl draft. A guy that. I absolutely love allied larger more. He felt a second pick of the second round. And i am adjust fan. So i hope i'm not too biased here by do absolutely love elijah more because you look at the offense there. The new york has in place and the did geico davis and they do have them. Zal dumbbell mims there too and jamison crowder and you may think while there's a lot of receivers here but fact of the matter is the jets spent high draft capital. Two goping get larger more. If they're picking him with the thirty fourth pick of the nfl draft when they have all these other holes on the roster. We're talking edge quarterback you can make the case that they probably should have picked a player that was an edge or cornerback but they went ahead and they pick the larger more probably because they had a first round great on him and viewed him as one of the top receivers in this class. And if they didn't think that he could he could become a number one number two receiver. The offense and zack wilson. They probably wouldn't have bothered. They're in picking eligible more. So i think that you have all these. Ribisi were twos vibrancy. Threes in newark. Don't have a true alpha by receiver one in york and you saw gems on men's last year yes. He had injuries throughout the season. So we didn't really see enough from him but clearly the jets haven't don't believe him enough to be born receiver because they drafted elijah more. And when you're looking at college football last season devante. Smith had a great season but a lot of people are not talking about elijah more enough and i believe elijah moore had the second most receiving yards in college football last season in a shortened season. So this is a guy you can make the case for is a very very good receiver and it was. It was definitely disappointing for him. To see 'em fall out of the first round. But i absolutely love this landing spot with zach wilson in leiden. More both being rookies. I think the chemistry is going to develop an plus alleged. moore's blazing fast receiver. He can like a four three forty and this is the guy. That's an impressive rat runner to me to really has a little bit of it all. He may not be the biggest receiver the biggest taller receiver. But i think that he s potential to be a slot receiver a coup number for the jets in years to come so i am all about allied more this year and going forward i think there may even be better than rashad. Bateman and may be the third or fourth fest receiver in this class. Well i just wanna stay for the viewers. You know anybody. That's been listening to us. Knows that you're not just being a homer on him because you were higher than just about everybody in. The industry like the entire draft process before the draft. So i know it's not just because he landed at the jets because i would call you crazy. It was just for that reason. But you know i think you make interesting cases you know it you also knowing you. You're not a very high. You weren't high on the corey davis signing. I don't think that you're surely how on mims of abbas really really Into mems last year Going the draft process. I did not end up with him on any teams because his a draft dot com just started skyrocketing and he the point where i was taking pittman over them. Still then you. I wasn't getting him. On the turnaround you know because i also claypool and gibson ranked ahead of them but Like mims and i thought he was actually a really really interesting prospect. So at night we're willing to give on him after He's got that alphabet. I'm not willing to give up on him after a year. That a complete dumpster fire in new york last year. You know they have a completely new offense. I corey davis kinda showed that he could be the number one wide receiver. Antonio brown was hurt. Leisure you know most of those. Those guys actually kind of started splitting targets down the stretch about pretty pretty evenly. So i do. Think that Corey davis they paid him. I think they're going to at least attempt to get him. The number one spot and i do think mims profiles really well and the outside as well Us why they went out and got him with that pick. What corey davis and mims strengths are like down the field jump ball situations whereas i think Allies more profiles more is like underneath guy that can can really thrive if he gets volume. I just wonder how much volume is going to be there. If they're not running a dominant amount of sets of three watersheds. Because i do think that the other two receivers with their bodies and big catch races will Out snap him on the outside while it's interesting that you're high on Corey davis. And i know i've said before the not hot high in corey davis so i think that's another reason as to why i'm higher on a lighter more. I'm just not buying the fact. That corey davis succeeds in new york. Two years ago not last year but if we look back two years ago and a lot of people probably have wiped out from their mind. But i have not wiped that season from my mind because i was big. Encore dave's heading attest season and he completely let me down lake completely. Let me down. I'm not even sure. I'm thinking was probably healthy the entire season and i'm not even sure if he finished as top fifty receiver in the league and so fast forward a year and had a very successful year with the titans. I'm not knocking him. But here's a guy who was picked with the seventh or east kick in his draft and he was supposed to be the number one receiver for titans and we never really saw that work out for the titans. And i think they declined his fifth year option. So there's a reason why the titans aren't holding onto corey davis and i think unfortunately core gape is a receiver who can be great here and there like a devante parker. But he's not consistent enough. He's not a true number one receiver. You gotta in a way force in targets from the be successful. And i think the jets are just gonna realize the gecko that our number one receivers probably larger more in a number two receivers probably summons so. I'm not scared about corey. Davis getting targets. People were saying the same thing last season about shod paramount and how he was going to have a huge role in that new york offense and what happened in bre shot parent. Who by the way. I was extremely on extremely law. Shot payment last year. What happened to be shot. He did nothing for that offense. So i think just because the jets went after core gave us that doesn't mean that he's going to automatically demand targets. It's zach. wilson's offense now. I think zack. Wilson is going to gravitate Skies like elijah. More over corey davis and a jamison crowder dems. I think the alleged moore will end up being his normal receiver. And i think that the ceiling for more is very high to it. Might it might not happen with a larger more by think by the end of the season we're going to really realize how good of a player that allies are more is. Yeah so

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"pittman" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:46 min | 2 months ago

"pittman" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"There. Bobby i most certainly did and i will share with you. I was the sports editor of the school. Paper in seventy seven. And i distinctly your. They won the title. And i distinctly remember primarily because i lived across the street Walking over to the swim center one night and they were celebrating the national championship. And i was covering it for the for the paper obviously shave coach buzzards head. There was some bet that he made He said if we if we were in the championship. And i was there. And i saw the whole thing and i interviewed him afterwards so i didn't know him very early. Well i. I've i've seen those pictures The I'm i'm in my forties. I swam there when i was a teenager. Really those pictures are yeah yeah. Those pictures are still at that time. The the pictures of coach buzzer shaved. Head Were hung on the in the swimming complex in the in the early. Nine me let me share something about my life. That i've rarely done because my athleticism is limited but as a young kid i was a competitive swimmer and i i was fascinated by swimming and diving and still am You know it was always one of my favorite things to watch in the olympics. I would watch. Whatever was on tv so i tried to get over there whenever i could Sometimes we we wrote about it and sometimes we didn't but that was really the drawing card for me and was i a great swimmer. I was from a competitive standpoint. No but you could throw me in. The ocean could figure out a way to get to the sure your. What was your favorite day. Well i primarily did freestyle because When i tried to do the intermediate i was a disaster at backstroke. And but my introduction to swimming really came in highschool with mark spitz and the seventy two olympics. Okay and i think he. I mean no. I know it's been matched but at the time. Nobody had ever done anything close to that so i was. What tell me about your career which you actually had one. I didn't actually what was funny. Is raised daughter. jackie Was my first coach You know i. I grew up swimming at the. You know the the aquatic center which i guess you lived across the street from the old the older writer. Yeah right yeah. Raised daughter was My first coach and from what i've heard stories about. She was About as hard nose as.

"pittman" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:24 min | 2 months ago

"pittman" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Get a quote and see how much you could save. Its gyco easy visit. Geico dot com. Today that's geico dot Yes her and How what do you think about high school and How long they're going to give him. Because like you said prude. If he had more time probably could have panned out but the believe they're going to give hypo that a time to really develop and do what he needs to do. Star winning then. That's such a difficult question. I'm not saying you're wrong. Answer i think right now. He is going to get the benefit of the doubt. And that's entirely based on the person that hired him as long as his athletic director remains popular and in good stead. I think he will protect josh hypol- for the obvious reason that that was his higher. And but but you never know how how the winds change in a college environment as we have always as we've seen phillip fulmer hired jeremy pruitt and then left through through the same doorway because of the because of things collapsing around him. But i think. I think you would probably take the override now on josh hypo. Because the ncw investigation is going to blur his success to some degree and i don't think he has a very high bar right now to meet either either and I mean we're doing pretty well and every other ball sport but everyone knows that football is king and so i feel like the app directors in pretty good standing as far as Baseball basketball and everything else but football. Football is the most important thing in knoxville. So that that is that goes without saying. Ben thank you i. We offer opinions without having seen a person coach and their predictable. Usually and in this case. It's a little hard to get a good feeling. And i know fans are going to either react positively or negatively to what they see this weekend understandable. But it's going to be hard to know for a while. and i. i believe a schedule was manageable. This year may go fairly well but what happens next year and the year after a win. Tennessee indoors Those storm clouds left behind. By jeremy pruitt. That's that's an unanswerable. At this point. Thank you very much for the call. Bobby is key is up next. Hey bobby go. Right ahead Afternoon paul thank you for taking my call. Thank you good to talk to you again I i had my original question. And then you're caller Your last caller had me thinking something About the four previous coaches Kiffin had his one year With tennessee he left in matured. A little bit in lanes turned into a a pretty darn good coach I think the same might happen with pruitt He had his chance to run a big time program. But things clearly didn't go very well I think he might have the chance to step aside regroup and i think he has the potential to be a very successful college coach. Down the line i was calling about is Your time that you spent at ut in with the beacon in the mid seventy s tennessee swimming was on nap salute. Tear through that time I think out of the you know those ten years. I think they took six or seven. Sec championships The national title. I believe and seventy seven And it was all due to Coach ray buzzard I wanted to know. Did you ever get a chance to Meet or inter coach buzzard. While you were there. Bobby i most certainly did and i will share with you. I was the sports editor of the school. Paper in seventy.

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U.S. Capitol officer killed in vehicle attack; suspect dead

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:54 sec | 2 months ago

U.S. Capitol officer killed in vehicle attack; suspect dead

"Day in the nation's capital, R U. S Capitol Police officer is dead, another injured and their attacker was shot and killed. Acting Capitol Police chief Yogi Ananda Pittman says the driver of the car rammed into two officers before crashing into a barrier and getting out a knife. He did not respond to verbal commands. The suspect did start lunging toward U. S. Capitol police officers at which time U. S. Capitol police officers fired upon the suspect. The suspect, identified as 25, year old Noah Green later died. One of the officers involved in responding to the attack also later died. William Billy Evans was an 18 year veteran of the police force. A second officer is expected to be okay. The officers had been posted at an entrance off of Constitution Avenue, which soon after the end. It was quickly filled with members of the National Guard on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller. W T o P News When the news

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Family and friends concerned Noah Green was unraveling before Capitol attack

Saturday Morning Update with Rick Fowler

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

Family and friends concerned Noah Green was unraveling before Capitol attack

"People around the world today for spending their condolences after Officer William Evans was killed and another officer injured after a man drove his car into them yesterday. Following that attack, Capitol police chief yoga nom de Pittman said. This has been an extremely difficult time for U. S Capitol police. I just asked that the public continued to keep U S Capitol police and their families and in your prayers, the man who carried out the attack, Noah Green was shot dead after getting out of the car and lunging at police with a knife. Green's family and friends tell the Washington Post He became paranoid and have hallucinations. He was convinced his former teammates on the Christopher Newport University football team drugged him. A new

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US Capitol police officer dies after car rams security barrier

NEWS 88.7 Programming

00:38 sec | 2 months ago

US Capitol police officer dies after car rams security barrier

"Very heavy heart That I announce one of our officers has to come to his injuries attacking U. S. Capitol police chief Yoga Nonda Pittman announcing the death of Officer William Evans, an 18 year veteran of the force. Another officer is still in the hospital today but is stable. And has non life threatening injuries. After yesterday's attack on him and his partners, they stood at the barrier and Capitol grounds. Suspect in that attack, also died. Several news organizations report He was a 25 year old man from Indiana. NPR is not confirmed. Those reports joined now by

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Capitol Police officer killed in car attack

NBC Nightly News

01:49 min | 2 months ago

Capitol Police officer killed in car attack

"Is profound sadness. Today's violent death of another capital police officer killed during a confrontation that left another officer injured. A suspect shot to death a tragic and a staggering blow to an agency still traumatized by the loss of their own after the january six attack. Today's horror at the senate entrance to the capitol when a lone man drove his car into the officers and then rammed a security barricade before confronting them with a knife. According to police the driver shot and killed by police later. The fall in officer honored by fellow officers. His body driven away in a police procession. Heli jackson has late details. You can see the aftermath of the deadly attack just steps from the capitol where a suspect rammed that blue car into a barricade about one hundred yards from the senate entrance. Never seen this before a helicopter. Arriving as part of a massive response oh my god. The national guard in formation after police say a suspect identified by four senior law enforcement officials as twenty five year old noah green drove into to capitol police officers and into that roadblock around one this afternoon the head of capital. Police says he jumped out of the car. Holding a knife ignored commands to stop and instead started to run aggressively towards the officers. They opened fire killing the suspect. But not before. Those two officers on scene were hurt and taken to the hospital with acting chief. Yoga pittman soon after visibly emotional as she revealed this devastating news. It is with a very very heavy heart. That i out. One of our officers have succumb to his

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Capitol Police officer, suspect dead after driving into barrier: What we know

NBC Nightly News

01:49 min | 2 months ago

Capitol Police officer, suspect dead after driving into barrier: What we know

"Is profound sadness. Today's violent death of another capital police officer killed during a confrontation that left another officer injured. A suspect shot to death a tragic and a staggering blow to an agency still traumatized by the loss of their own after the january six attack. Today's horror at the senate entrance to the capitol when a lone man drove his car into the officers and then rammed a security barricade before confronting them with a knife. According to police the driver shot and killed by police later. The fall in officer honored by fellow officers. His body driven away in a police procession. Heli jackson has late details. You can see the aftermath of the deadly attack just steps from the capitol where a suspect rammed that blue car into a barricade about one hundred yards from the senate entrance. Never seen this before a helicopter. Arriving as part of a massive response oh my god. The national guard in formation after police say a suspect identified by four senior law enforcement officials as twenty five year old noah green drove into to capitol police officers and into that roadblock around one this afternoon the head of capital. Police says he jumped out of the car. Holding a knife ignored commands to stop and instead started to run aggressively towards the officers. They opened fire killing the suspect. But not before. Those two officers on scene were hurt and taken to the hospital with acting chief. Yoga pittman soon after visibly emotional as she revealed this devastating news. It is with a very very heavy heart. That i out. One of our officers have succumb to his

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Officer killed in attack near US Capitol

News, Traffic and Weather

02:55 min | 2 months ago

Officer killed in attack near US Capitol

"And the latest on weekend weather and you're homeward bound traffic and four minutes another U. S. Capitol Police officer dies in the line of duty Officer William Evans was fatally injured today by a suspect who rammed his car into a security barricade, then charged Evans and one of his fellow officers with a knife. Acting chief Yoga. Nanda Pittman was another blow. For the Capitol Hill family and especially the Capitol police family. And abroad. But the director Dr Risso Wollensky, is suggesting that people still wear masks when they're on public transportation, including airplane in stereo, Aldinger ABC News What That means to you from a local travel expert. People were ready to break out of their cages, says Co. Moh travel analyst Steve Danny shek, who says it's a common sense move that gives the CDC some control over what will happen anyway. With Europe. Seeing covert surges and new lockdown, Steve says it's likely out is the destination for most people, but he suspects with vaccinations in progress. A lot of us will do a good old fashioned road trip. Where will they go? They can't go to a why they go to Mexico. They go to some points in the Caribbean or they could drive around. I think we're going to see a lot of dementia. Travel recovery quicker than international travel. If you were vaccinated, Steve says, go now. Because hotel car rental and especially airfare prices will rise with increased demand. While airlines continue to limit the number of flights until that demand, forces them to ADM. Or just make sure you're familiar with the travel guidelines and the covert rules wherever you go. Both education simultaneously of students in the classroom and remotely is, Lee says it's important for kids to get

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Man rams car into 2 Capitol police; 1 officer, driver killed

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

Man rams car into 2 Capitol police; 1 officer, driver killed

"The the U. U. S. S. capitol capitol police police are are mourning mourning the the loss loss of of another another officer officer eighteen eighteen year year veteran veteran William William Evans Evans is is the the second second capital capital police police officer officer killed killed in in the the line line of of duty duty in in three three months months after after Brian Brian sick sick Nick's Nick's death death in in the the January January Ryan Ryan this this is is been been an an extremely extremely difficult difficult time time for for U. U. S. S. capitol capitol police police acting acting chief chief Yogananda Yogananda Pittman Pittman ask ask that that you you keep keep all all U. U. S. S. capitol capitol police police family family in in your your thoughts thoughts and and prayers prayers president president Biden Biden says says he he and and the the First First Lady Lady are are heartbroken heartbroken by by the the attack attack and and Evans's Evans's death death he's he's ordered ordered White White House House flags flags lowered lowered to to half half mast mast Sager Sager mag mag ani ani Washington Washington

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Officer killed in attack near US Capitol

News, Traffic and Weather

00:26 sec | 2 months ago

Officer killed in attack near US Capitol

"Dead, another injured in an incident earlier today, Capitol police Chief Yoga Nonda Pittman says a knife wielding suspect is also dead after ramming his vehicle into a security barrier outside the building, start lunging toward U. S Capitol police officers. That's what at which time U. S. Capitol police officers fired upon the suspect. We're still waiting to hear what the motive may have been. Investigations and

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Car rams into police at Capitol barricade; officer killed

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 months ago

Car rams into police at Capitol barricade; officer killed

"There there has has been been another another deadly deadly attack attack at at the the U. U. S. S. capitol capitol capitol capitol police police say say a a man man rammed rammed a a vehicle vehicle into into two two officers officers at at a a security security checkpoint checkpoint about about one one hundred hundred yards yards from from the the building building the the suspect suspect exited exited the the vehicle vehicle with with a a knife knife in in hand hand at at officers officers opened opened fire fire after after he he lunged lunged at at them them acting acting chief chief Yogananda Yogananda Pittman Pittman says says the the suspect suspect was was killed killed two two officers officers were were taken taken to to hospitals hospitals one one of of our our officers officers have have succumbed succumbed to to his his injuries injuries making making him him the the second second capital capital police police officer officer killed killed this this year year after after one one died died in in January's January's riot riot police police say say today's today's attack attack does does not not appear appear related related to to terrorism terrorism nor nor to to any any particular particular member member of of Congress Congress which which is is on on recess recess this this week week Sager Sager mag mag ani ani Washington Washington

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What Happened to the Palmer Brothers?

Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier

02:02 min | 3 months ago

What Happened to the Palmer Brothers?

"Charles and lisa palmer had a daughter hannah and three sons chris chucky and michael in nineteen ninety nine the palmer family lived in wa silla alaska a town of approximately ten thousand residents located forty three miles or sixty nine point. Two kilometers northeast of anchorage on june third. Nine hundred ninety nine fifteen old. Michael palmer asked his parents if he could spend the night at his friend's home with a few of his buddies. Instead of sleeping in the friend's house the boys stayed in an outbuilding they referred to as the clubhouse in the wee hours of june fourth. The boys slipped away riding their bicycles to a series of high school. Graduation parties in the area. Michael's friends said michael drink several beers throughout the night but they insisted he acted fine and was not incapacitated by the alcohol. According to other party goers a fight broke out at the last party the boys attended some observers. Said someone hit michael in the head. During a scuffle other partygoers claimed they saw someone beat michael until his face and head were bloody michael's friends claimed michael seemed fine at four. Am when they began the nine mile or fourteen point five kilometer bike ride home from the last party. According to mike's powell's they started together on their bikes but after a while mike fell behind them. They pulled over and waited for mike at the seven. Eleven on the parks highway but when he never arrived the boy said they thought mike must have gone to his own home. The others eventually continued down. The road on their bikes. The boys later told authorities. They last saw michael at the intersection of pittman road and silver drive

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Capitol Police officer suspended after anti-Semitic reading material found near his work area

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:20 sec | 3 months ago

Capitol Police officer suspended after anti-Semitic reading material found near his work area

"Also suspending an officer after anti Semitic reading material was found near his work area over the weekend. On Sunday. Yoga non the Pittman releasing a statement on that saying once this matter Was brought to my attention. I immediately ordered the officer to be suspended until the office of Professional Responsibility can thoroughly investigate

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Capitol police officer suspended after anti-Semitic material found near work station

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:20 sec | 3 months ago

Capitol police officer suspended after anti-Semitic material found near work station

"An officer after a copy of an anti Semitic reading material was found near his work area Sunday. Acting Capitol Police chief Yogi Ananda Pittman released a statement saying once this matter was brought to my attention. I immediately ordered the officers suspended until the office of Professional Responsibility can thoroughly investigate. To Charles County

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Washington DC Capitol Police officer suspended after anti-Semitic writing found

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:21 sec | 3 months ago

Washington DC Capitol Police officer suspended after anti-Semitic writing found

"T. O. P. U S Capitol police have suspended in officer after a copy of an anti Semitic reading material was found near his work area. Just yesterday, Acting Capitol Police Chief Yoga Nada Pittman released a statement saying once this matter was brought to my attention. I immediately ordered the officer to be suspended until the office of Professional Responsibility can thoroughly

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Board to begin search for permanent Capitol Police chief

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:58 sec | 3 months ago

Board to begin search for permanent Capitol Police chief

"Recommends widespread changes at the U. S Capitol following the January 6 Ryan among the changes being called for the hiring of more than 1000 new Capitol police officers. As the fall out from the riot continues. The board that oversees the U. S. Capitol Police is also reportedly beginning a search for a new permanent police chief. The search will be nationwide, The new chief will face calls to improve the department's intelligence gathering and its ability to respond to threats like the storming of the capital on January 6th you've been on the Pittman has been the acting Chiefs and Steven Son resigned in the wake of that attack. Pittman will be eligible to apply for the job, but she has faced criticism from congressional leader Was for her role in the attacks. The capital, please union also voted overwhelmingly to show no confidence in her last month, the Capitol Police Board, which includes the House and Senate sergeant at Arms and the architect of the Capitol, will make it final decision in the coming months. Luke Luke w T o

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Board to begin search for permanent Capitol Police chief

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 3 months ago

Board to begin search for permanent Capitol Police chief

"The U. S. Capitol Police Department is starting a search for a permanent police chief. That's what a person familiar with the matter tells The Associated Press. Acting chief Yogi Ananda Pittman has come under fire from lawmakers for security failures that allowed a pro trump mob to storm the capital on January 6th. Search for a permanent leader of the force of 2300 officers and civilian employees will be nationwide. The person who spoke to the AP says Pittman can apply for the position, but she's not guaranteed it.

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Capitol Police Head Asks to Extend National Guard Deployment Amid Continued Threats

Morning News with Hal Jay & Brian Estridge

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

Capitol Police Head Asks to Extend National Guard Deployment Amid Continued Threats

"To back her request to keep National Guard troops to stay in the capital, another two months and a letter chief Uganda, Pittman told congressional leaders if you needed their support with the three member Capitol Police board, which oversees her department and reports to those house and Senate leaders. Current deployment of more than 5000 guards expires March 12th. They were put in place in response to the deadly January 6 right at the U. S capitol by people died, including a U. S Capitol police officer after rioters who attended former President Trump Stop. This still rally stormed the capital. And Pope Francis has arrived in Iraq correspondent Simon Owen

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Acting Capitol Police chief testifies about Washington, DC riot

Bob Sirott

00:57 sec | 4 months ago

Acting Capitol Police chief testifies about Washington, DC riot

"A new warning from testimony on the Capitol riot last month. During an appearance before Congress yesterday, the acting Capitol police chief said military militia groups want to stage another attack Chief Yogi Ananda Pittman. Says there are threats to blow up the Capitol sometime around President Biden's first address to a joint session of Congress. That speech hasn't been scheduled. Yet. Pittman was also asked about intelligence and procedural failures that allowed Trump supporters to storm the building on January 6. There's evidence that some of those who stormed the capital were organized. But there's also evidence that a large number where everyday Americans who took on a mob mentality because they were angry and desperate. It is the conduct of this latter group that the department was not prepared for an acknowledges Capitol police did pay some operational challenges during the

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"pittman" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:58 min | 4 months ago

"pittman" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"You can't problem brian. Because like he did it maryland like he did it kentucky. he told the administration. The black athlete needed a place and had to be worked in some way or another I wanted to check with you. Also get a quick recap of the gamecocks recruiting rainy up. Speed with the gamecocks. Yeah i don't think it was vintage gamecocks. There were certainly way way down in recruiting beyond where we have seen them in the past. We'll give you an update on that. A little bit later in terms of their number. But i vaguely remembered being a scary low. But you can't really blame that on shane. Beamer when you inherited program that has that has capsized which it had under will muschamp. There's virtually nothing you can do it interesting to think back a year ago when there were celebrating a couple of local kids committing and how different things are now. Let's get back to the call. Randy is calling next. I hear andy. you're on the air. Go on a a little bit Just wondering why was he not more than national. Recruitment is more original. The coder bear bryant. Quite the same to me. Well joe name came from beaver falls pennsylvania. That's probably the most famous player he had but most of the players did come from the south. That's how it was done back then and you have to remember a lot of players most of his career not most but the first half of his career at alabama he was not recruiting black players. And that had an effect on getting players from other places. Well not take davidge players. You know out they'd be better. Are they better players. Out of this to average. That's true gant also remember Nobody wants to hear this but Paul bryant would take a player now because he wanted him but he would take a player to keep him from going somewhere else so there were no recruiting restrictions back. Then you could recruit pretty much anyone you wanted and there are several cases where he would literally go in and get a player out of a small town to keep auburn from getting it or someone else. Thanks for. the call was afraid. Coach bryant was back. I was hoping you was. Let's talk to lisa. Who is next up. Hey lisa go right ahead. you're on the air. Hey paul just had to call in for the first time and tell you how much we enjoy your show my husband and i think you we are roll. Tide fans die hard. And i just want to congratulate. Nick sabin and our boys for this year's play in season couldn't have been any better and we cannot wait to see what we got coming up next year. But we love your show and enjoy it so much leisure. That means a great deal. Thank you very very much. A joe is up next in. Staten island or on staten island new york. Hey joe hello how you doing joe. We're doing great. How about you have called through it three times. I got hung up on may happen again. Then you by holly. That would be great. Bagel shop sis started opening up again. I have not had Bialy and a couple of years. You can't just walk. You can't walk the walk into a bakery in the south and said give me a schmear of margarine on that. But how do you think these game cup women can get up that can they. I go to the big bands. Oh yeah one of the best teams in the country. And we've already seen indications of that. They've i think they lost a game the other day the college both men and women's basketball this year has been utterly bizarre. Covert is doing that to pretty much everything. Hey talk you soon. Staten island. Jim is in kentucky. And you're on the air. jim. All i can. Yes gave me from kentucky and the album. Hugh memory but i caused you years ago. And now it's more talk about greg. Page and the and the nate thornton tacky to play. Bow absolutely backing back in the sixties. I don't know if you may this or not. But i told you earlier. I was talking about Greg page and he was germane to setup player if those did the These two are part of the four young players who integrated university of kentucky football program. Yes sir and ah excitement. As i had no idea i didn't i didn't mention that he was from a small town in kentucky. My hometown and i was so proud. And you know nato renton from harlan. County and those two pairs. They made a big difference in what's going on today but the world everything. That's everything that's happened is world it. Your they made a big deal back in the sixties and those two players should be remembered. Gm i i know i know they have been remembered because we had a big. We were up there one time. It was right before right after the dedication and i'm glad you brought that up because you know we're talking about konczal away. Who was a trailblazer a minute ago. And obviously nate and greg and you know there were so there are so many and were are not around anymore players who who encountered a great deal who who saw things In in dealt with things that no human being should have had to deal with but they did it and they were stood at rightly wrongly having to deal with it but they are now part of history and we appreciate you remembering that we will take a break. John dalton has dropped in on us already. We had coach pittman dellinger Up in a few minutes and more of your phone calls at eight five five two four two seven two eight five listening to the paul finebaum show podcast running.

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"pittman" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:54 min | 4 months ago

"pittman" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"You back is great to have you with us here on national signing day. It's wednesday and we are taking your phone calls. Just talk to coach pittman. We had john tall t on during the first hour. Talking about the best recruiting class. Nick sabin has ever said. And i'm just saying that as a mouthful many more guests to come. Let us check in with clyde next in georgia. Hey clyde go right ahead yes. I'm a first time. Caller wonderful great to have you on and just want remark about your the black history month. Couple of days ago you had on your. Yeah we had a guest on talking about it. And i'm a big alabama fan roll tired and i'm on bring up a name. That coach brought let let let he didn't sign congress holloway. 'cause he didn't play with quarterback and for the tennessee volunteer fans countercharges. Away was one of the black black players that they ever had well for those who don't remember and we're only going back nearly fifty years. Contra holloway grew up in huntsville alabama and. he decided to go to tennessee. And i've even though. I've talked about this before. I cannot remember specifically why chose to leave the state now when i say that for people that don't understand geography. Huntsville is practically in tennessee. So there may be some attraction there but he. He ended up making a great decision and at that time early. Seventies alabama was chock full of quarterbacks and they were also playing the wishbone. that's great but The story goes bear brought to say that he wasn't ready for it. Just i have a black quarterback and starting quarterback when he started saying anywhere. You know. I really don't Listen i i was not around climate at the time i i do know this. John mitchell and wilbur jackson had already gone to alabama i. I'll have to double check whether that's exactly what coach bryan cheddar. Not but i do appreciate your call. We had contra john about a year or two ago. The just announced his retirement from tennessee. Maybe we'll get him back on again. Ask them that question. Stand is up next. Hey stan you're on the air. Hey i'll today about how you doing. Good day how are you. I'm doing well. Thank you Multiple calorie but anyhow this to be had some drive saving but Screener there but Just.

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"pittman" Discussed on Adlandia

Adlandia

02:44 min | 7 months ago

"pittman" Discussed on Adlandia

"Create a swirl and a presence and punch out a brand in a way that you know a lot of brands are just you know doing their points. There are two hundred fifty. Grep's a week because they're playing on the same field but you're not we're in a different game folks so i think there's huge opportunity with everything that bob was saying. Even though in some ways sound really traditional. But it's not. I love what you just said. And thinking about swirl as a kpi. I don't know where i heard it. I don't know when i heard it. I don't know why i heard it. I don't know how i heard it. But i heard it. My friends are talking about it everywhere. I'm looking listening. Engaging it's being talked about and so as a byproduct. I start talking about it. This idea of creating swirl. I think is a really interesting point in that you can create a swirl in a spreadsheet now you know i it's a really interesting concept when you think about impact in that capacity and the idea not just being a part of the conversation but the idea of being the conversation and i think bob has been able to leverage the power of brand to drive different outcomes. I totally agree and the debate is there is a debate. Are you investing in brand. I mean i'm. I'm part of the group in the bunch of cmo's were talking. About how much are you investing in brand of your budget. How much of your budget are you. Investing in brand twenty percent thirty percent people came back huge advertisers twenty on this some people thirty on this ten. Because we're this. And that brand is a line item investment and i think this debate about brand having roi and brand having effectiveness to your business. Topline or bottom line numbers his goddess stop. Bob proves brand polls through it pulls all the way through the bottom line was on a percentage of your messaging or your creative or your media. Mex- sign a percentage brand is all the way through that relationship and in fact to your point is the thing that is the most recognizable and with that. Thank you bob pittman. Gaffe thank you bob. Pittman for dropping by and giving us a master class marketing. And for more from bob pittman be sure to check out his podcast. Math magic available. Wherever you. listen to your podcasts. Laura hit it with a list of all of our friends and family iheart who have been so good us and helped us get back on air. Big thank you to bob connell. Carter andy eric. Galvao michael jan. We appreciate you..

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"pittman" Discussed on Adlandia

Adlandia

02:18 min | 7 months ago

"pittman" Discussed on Adlandia

"Took a ton of notes during that episode. One of the biggest takeaways for me is something that i think. A lot of marketers overlook we are simply filling or solving a need and that was the one of the best and most important things that bob said to me. Well he talks about following the consumer right like he when we asked. How do you place your next bet. It was very simply and very directly you have to follow the consumer. Follow the consumer and you have to fill a need. I'm solving a problem. Talked about being a sociologist. And i really think you know maybe more marketers actually need to think of themselves as sociologists so it's following the consumer but it's also being ahead of them an understanding. What is that need. What are those simple needs. And then how do we get to them. And bob bob goes against kind of what else say is modern marketing. Modern marketing kind of shuns reach and frequency. Shuns tv shuns. Grep's radio shuns. Radio shuns outdoor. Shuns all of these different types of media. That actually are extremely effective when you are filling a need when you are talking to a specific audience and i think the bob laid that out really really clearly and then talked about how he used word of mouth and how he created or at least entered into a community. All of those things are things that we talk about. But when you sit down and you look at a at a media flow chart usually you're going with whatever your media buyer tells you when i loved that he was talking about you know his. Drp happened he was a coup said. Who said that's the cap. Why yeah who said twelve was the magic number. Who said twelve is the magic number. Exactly and i think that more often you know taking it from bob's advice we have to question those things and really use media and laura. This is something that i think you and i have tried to do in. Our work together is used media to not just be a vehicle to tallah message but be a vehicle to really.

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"pittman" Discussed on Adlandia

Adlandia

07:45 min | 7 months ago

"pittman" Discussed on Adlandia

"Lisa radnor teddy. Wadi frahm yields mo for being our partners. Thank you for coming on atlantia. Thank you for having us. And we're back with chairman and ceo of iheartmedia. Welcome to the show. Bob pittman i thank you glad to be here lauren. I were looking through your career and we were thinking through this and we're like how did he make the bets. He made careers in most of life is getting hit on the head with yours That thanks to sort of pop up. And i think the difference that people have is whether you say yes or no and always up or a big adventure and so a lot of the things i did at the time seemed to make no sense but they all turned out fine and but i'm very careful i will only go do something that has something to do with the consumer because i think my basic skill set is that i that i focus on and understand consumers around young right. I claimed that was a sociologist. And so you know whether i'm trying to sell them a house or satellite pay tv service or get them the listening watch. Mtv or by aol. It's all the same human being in the same laws of consumer behavior Are at work. And i think if you understand those than it allows you a great flexibility of of you know jumping to a lot of different Situations do you think that marketers today need to be more. Sociologists are less sociologists in the consumer space. Yeah it's interesting. I i i do. A podcast called math and magic. And it's and. I've always talked about programming and marketing math and magic. The perfect blend of it you have to have the analytics you have to understand what the table looks. Like the understand what the framework is. But if i tell you. I know exactly who this person is found the mall. You go k now. Where do you do. How you gonna motivate them. Just because you found them doesn't mean you can motivate them. That's the magic. And i think you need both and i've tried to be a practitioner of both. I never graduated from college. But i did do three years of it and my major was social methods research and i started my career in radio and i was one of the first radio programmers to use research before that a wise sort of golden god or i looked at sales or the record companies told me what was a good song. Are we listen to the requests line and started doing what we call call out research and we still do all these years later. Forty fifty years later still doing variation of that in which we serve a the consumer about what songs they like and how they like the old days it was the a lot the the like it so much that are do you not neutral. Do you dislike it. The dislike so much you'll change the channel or do you like it tired of hearing it so much and and know from that we would develop how you balance your music and put it together on a radio station and i did that always when i was at. Aol in every place. I bet i concept test. Everything and i've test might liners. And i don't know if you recall. There was a time at aol when we went to unlimited pricing and was dial up and people got nothing but busy signals and we sort of had r. j. and j. tylenol moment where one chance to get it right and so we tested. What would work with the consumers what they believe about us. What were they looking for. So that when we had that one chance to make a statement we'd say the right thing and and also helps define for example at at aol. We understood to things about consumers. They tend to want to go where everybody goes. You know if you move to a new town you very quickly find yourself saying where does everybody go to get there. Whatever and we their safety and going to number one but if you just say your number one it sounds braggadocious. The other thing we knew was that what was we saw and it was quite different than everyone else. We didn't think this was about itchiness. We thought about ease of use and the future is going to be easy to use people as a slur set ohio l. That's the internet with training wheels. They didn't understand. That was what the consumer wanted to hear that it was easy so our line became so easy to use. No wonder it's number one. We combine both of those thoughts. And i think that's a a combination of math and magic that we understood the math of what they were looking for and how they were there and from that craft at an approach. Which was okay. We're gonna use the easy way to use the number one. Pull them together tied the two together and and you know as you know while the time i left. Aol we have fifty percent of the traffic of the internet in the united states went through. Aol this concept of of math and magic an industry as ours where seemingly everyone has doubled down on data and in many cases it's become sort of a commodity in many regards and many people are using the same data. Can you talk to us about the magic element. Where do you go bob for the magic time and time again whether it was figuring out why. Mtv y then in that moment and what it would be to pivoting however many years now into iheart and being a mover and shaker within the podcast industry to really good question. And i think it's it does start with me with the math part and the math part is not exactly. The math that everybody uses today is not just clicks a numbers it's not worth of understanding what verbatim people say when they're talking about something for example years and years ago i was radio programmer. We said we play less commercials because it has not radically correct. And i go. Yes but that's what everyone says. And so i think the important thing is understand. The language understand the way the consumer frames the issue. And what they're looking at and talk about it from their point of view not from our point of view about how we built or what we think it is as a professional and i think the on the magic front. It is really opening your mind. I read some. You know bright student of of creativity and and you know you read a lot and i believe this that you don't come to a creative idea by stepping through some business school counter points of view and then here's the answer that way the way you get the creative idea. Is you load your head with all the information. You mulling over you and then you forget about it and one morning when you're in that alpha zone when you're sort of all most awake or sort of in and out of sleep in a way for me. It's what i'm taking a fifteen minute hot shower in the morning and i'm just zoning out ideas pop in my head and it's a joke in my family for ever. I've run out of the shower and quick. Give the pen and just write it all down. It just appears in my brain. And because i know that's how it comes when i work with agencies i've i don't want the big presentation i said you re really save all this cow people. I don't need to see him. This will be more profitable account for you. I want you to get about three or four different teams to look at exactly the same stuff. Do not have them talk to each other. Do not have someone review their work to figure out what you're going to present to me and then come in present it and what i'm doing is i'm maximizing the odds that one of those people had the epiphany and it's those anies that make the difference in the line Aol so easy to use. No under number one turned out not to be the line. The agency was suggesting it happened to be in a briefing note. They had about the line they wanted to create. And as soon as i say..

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"pittman" Discussed on Adlandia

Adlandia

02:19 min | 7 months ago

"pittman" Discussed on Adlandia

"The united states and indefinitely for all of us a household name. I think this episode was very grounding in terms of the practice in what we do it very clearly. Brings it back to the reason. I got into marketing in the first place. And that's to find ways to connect with people and deliver on a need through the power of communication. The constant push pull. I having going through this conversation was. We've gotten so hung up on the delivery mechanism that in some regards. I think we forget what we're delivering. And when bob breaks down to your point alexa the simplicity of putting a clear message in front of consumers that delivers on that need and doing it over and over and over again. And then you'll hear. He says the most effective tactic. We have is word of mouth. Nothing that relies on technology or platform or a channel the companionship in the communication. The connection and the interaction that people have that moves them to take action. It's what products today are built on. It is peer to peer. It is putting the product at the center of a community. And i could not agree more and one of the things. Everything you said agree with one of the things that i would punch out in. Addition is bob wasn't saying two hundred and fifty. Grep's is the way this is tried and true. He was actually saying question that break that. That's breakable. but you're talking about that's unbreakable. And that i believe is what bob was talking about. It solidified almost re verified the work that this industry and so many practitioners and listeners of the show are doing so before we give away the whole interview. Get out your notebooks. We're gonna class with bob pittman. But before we get to bob laura. We're joined here with our partners from yield komo.

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"pittman" Discussed on Math & Magic: Stories from the Frontiers of Marketing with Bob Pittman

Math & Magic: Stories from the Frontiers of Marketing with Bob Pittman

03:38 min | 9 months ago

"pittman" Discussed on Math & Magic: Stories from the Frontiers of Marketing with Bob Pittman

"Hi, I'm Bob Pittman and welcome to another recorded from home covid-19 Pasad of math and magic stories from the frontiers of marketing today. We have someone who spent most of her career one company. I made her way to the top of the string of visible successes entered Trail. She listens well loves the consumer and is a great protector and builder of her brand. She's Elizabeth Rutledge CMO wage and expressed. Home Elizabeth grew.

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"pittman" Discussed on Math & Magic: Stories from the Frontiers of Marketing with Bob Pittman

Math & Magic: Stories from the Frontiers of Marketing with Bob Pittman

02:16 min | 11 months ago

"pittman" Discussed on Math & Magic: Stories from the Frontiers of Marketing with Bob Pittman

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"pittman" Discussed on Math & Magic: Stories from the Frontiers of Marketing with Bob Pittman

Math & Magic: Stories from the Frontiers of Marketing with Bob Pittman

05:24 min | 11 months ago

"pittman" Discussed on Math & Magic: Stories from the Frontiers of Marketing with Bob Pittman

"You're not making mistakes tells me not try anything new and that's our lifeblood. I never fired anyone making mistake make the same mistake in two or three times, and you you. You know you're going to be on an ice you need to hire people smarter than you and be confident. My feeling has always been. You want job, come get it come earn it. I have only benefited throughout my life in hiring the smartest people that I could convince to. Working with me. So this jump a little bit I wanna jump the big crisis. We have the actually the day. I. Joined in management off the board in Nineteen ninety-six to run the AOL Service Steve Case and the company announced unlimited pricing and almost immediately had a crisis too much demand not enough supply consumers getting busy signals couldn't get online. We were called America off line. It was certainly the biggest business crisis of my career other than maybe covert right now can you take us back to that time and what did you learn from it? My feeling was they love us. They've really love us and that faded of course, we dealt with the crisis I think that we expected some blips. There was no presidents or we just all been wanting as fast as we could. which really the best example from the over the last twenty years of the walls garden despite lots of pressure we did not interact with other services deliberately and strategically if you wanted to communicate with someone aol you had to join well therefore. All more people joined it was sort of the perfect example and you were a great defender of it. You could smell people trying to sneak around the wall or breached the wall after my time at AOL and yours someone opened up the walled garden facebook is probably the best example of new wildcard. You think they appreciate that lesson of audio well. I thinking, go to great lengths to keep them on their service. When I look at Facebook, I see AOL over, we had a lot of the services that they have. We were probably early in introducing some of them. We did have these pages where you can collect your friends family. It was really. facebook point five, not even facebook one plano. Derailed what the AOL Time Warner merger, and probably if they allow had stated, independent company would have been the future of AOL issue point out many service help actually being worked on at the time. There are many many services that are send a text or an email to say we did that but we were early and it was a different time. So let me jump a little bit as we began to come toward the end. If you could give your twenty one year old self some advice what would it be? Wow. Someone gave me. Advice. When I was about twenty one years old was marketer. Here's my boss my first company when I moved over to the marketing department. And he said to me the problem with you is the you want to be something you need to want to do something. I didn't quite get what he was saying at that point but I did a few years later and realize the really my passion was marketing. My passion was connecting with people in that way and it was what led me frankly to end up at AOL as opposed to I. was interviewing at other companies at the time and companies that people that actually heard of back. Then it was American Airlines Sore I was interviewing a time at the time. I went to a well because I felt that it was the best chance for me to spread my wings and to do what I was really passionate or bell, and I was passionate about marketing and so I think that while I couldn't have given myself that advice someone else did give it to me. Let's wind up today we always end math and magic by looking at those two sides marketing the analytics math and the creative the magic. When you look back on all, you've seen who would you give the shout out to the greatest math person in the marketing equation In the brand of marketing that I was most involved in, you couldn't really separate the two, but you really couldn't have been a drug market without being able to do both of those things. One of the reasons I think I was so successful is because I actually am very good at both size. Yes she were. Let me jump to the other side. Then tell me who's the best magician ever yeah. Bill Jamie who was copywriter of great renowned anyone from my era or before or even a little bit of to would've known him. He was prolific did a lot of work in publishing end. He brought Magic to paper you very expensive to use and getting him to work on projects. You have a campaign for it. So Jan This has been great. All had to be the big success of my career and certainly one of the most exciting rides doing it was inspiring. I loved being in the Foxhole with you. I loved all the stories we have together. I have to thank you for all those Great Times Great Memories, and thanks for sharing some just a little bit of your brilliance with us today. Thanks..

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"pittman" Discussed on Math & Magic: Stories from the Frontiers of Marketing with Bob Pittman

Math & Magic: Stories from the Frontiers of Marketing with Bob Pittman

06:46 min | 1 year ago

"pittman" Discussed on Math & Magic: Stories from the Frontiers of Marketing with Bob Pittman

"Needed to be redone, and we didn't have capacity to make the peace of making the time, so we need to replace it, and that was the way to do it. In demand consumers I inherited that project kind of halfway through, and my gut initially was I don't know this feels like a such a big change our. We're GONNA. Make this change in. Seeing the research in talking to this chain, the reason I kinda allowed myself to go down past because when we did launch it immediately, business dropped by about nine percent I was like Oh God I completely broke this business that such a big decline especially on. TV, if I would have followed my gut a little bit more I think I would have prepared for the launch of it in a more aggressive way to help people make that transition. Fortunately, we were able to actions and do some marketing tactics and bring people back along in the businesses now bigger than it's ever been. What at the time and the? The crisis around atmospheric, because that's one of our biggest businesses. I felt like I messed up. You mentioned at the beginning. It was left brain. Right Brain Balancing Act that we all have to do. I think in that instance Eileen way too heavily into logic myself into thinking it was the right thing versus feeling that it was the right thing and so I always try to find that balance based off of that learning added since I definitely was off balance making that decision talk about left brain right brain when I was in college, and was a sociology major spending a lot of time in what is now. Now called researcher data. I was cautioned by somebody. That research is not making at best. It conditions your gut to make a gut decision. You talk a lot about brain. Right brain. Indeed, this podcast is about math and magic that mix that seems to be when you get it right create. The great successes talked a little bit about that and what role that plays in both your organization and in your view marketing. I really liked the way you talk my research that makes of sense to me what we're looking for within marketers and our organization is people that can do both those things, or if they're firmly camper. Camper the other. We know where they said we did some team building leadership team a few months ago. They basically put us into a color wheel. I ended up year on the color wheel yellow, which was about ideas, there was other people that agreeing with people I. There was other group that was more command I in red, and there was lash was blue, which is more logic in numbers I, and what we found was that a lot of people aren't much more balanced than in most other functions in our company. People were much more blue, which is like I needed numbers, and then they were reading man. Knowing that like I much more than idea state, but I know that people need to see that I, and so when I want to sell an idea, it's helpful for me to have that context of that I can sell it with the numbers with the quantitative or what to keep the is up from I. Think a Lotta Time. Great ideas, really creative people in companies get lost because the people making the decision or whole independent actual checkbook. Don't understand how it drives the business. It's all to me. You have to have both were really trying to push our teams to have that experience where they like. They understand the business and commercial side enough of it. It has to make business sense, but then it also has to have allocated magic sense to what's what's a sense of the idea that's going to be so creatively. Amazing and remarkable people are going to fall in love with talk about it, so that's part of the an mindset is. Can You bring the logic with that invests the idea? Do you think there many people actually who can do both rethink? Most people are either analytical or creative. It's a little bit of a unique trait to be completely balanced I think everyone kind of leans one way or the other. I think there's also a place for. For everybody to is a comment upon meters to be able to figure out the right mix of those people in bill that on their teams, another way of looking at ideas this concept we talk a lot about orchestration cutting orchestrate in insight to a strategy into into when activation and learn about it in lunar team can see the bigger chessboard in all the pieces and be able to orchestrate them beautifully to that execution. It's hard to find that. Tell people that can do that and I think that's true and marketing. I think that's true. I chain or finance or their functions are industries that you might be. But the great thing is I think there's ability to find people that can do that and put them in the right positions, and then give them the people around them that are maybe a little more analytical, or maybe or creative and other interesting spin on his organization that we'd be talking about. Is You know the people in the company that are amazing disruptive thinking? And you also know the people in the company that are amazing executor's and you need both those things. Some of the most Austin forgotten people in those companies are the connectors that connect the dots between the two. Don't necessarily see them. They're going to make it happen, but they don't get the reward for getting it done or the reward for coming up with the idea understanding as a leader like I need all those things. How do I get them? You need them all. Let's talk a little bit about your views on things. I'm an IHEART number, an audio company in America I have a bias, but I've been particularly interested in your comments about shifting more resources to audio radio podcasts. Why did radio get forgotten? I think because. Video were easily conveys a marketing idea to people in order. Even today when you're GonNa go show marketing concept to people. It's really easy just to be like okay. Here's a fifteen second video that I want to show you, so you get the idea. I also think that TV as a medium today as people continue to micro into other channels, holds such a significant way because of what people think about television, and it's been interesting how you want to actually have the most reach. You actually want to go into radio. I know for us today. We talk about an idea. Where does this idea needs to go? Where can it ajoy solve a problem with people's lives and that just a much more holistic thinking of ideas that a lot of times cycle. This is a voice thing because we actually want it to be solved through either voice demander, or it actually has a much more musical piece for people to listen to have that emotion when he center it. It that way it allows us to be a lot more channel, agnostic, or pick the right roles for channels as they come forward, but certainly the push that we've had last couple years. You've done a really great job of getting brand. Think about this is to really understand in what ways then if you're reconsidering radio and sound and audio is your brand new show up in this faces were multitasking. You can't leave out sound Radio Indus Focus. Focus on video and vice versa, and so, how those work together, and that's what we've done a lot of work to advance ourselves with like what is our demonic? What is our sound architecture? How do we want to sound and I'm excited about that? Because that's to where we had more than we should have in our plans over the last number of years interesting having spent a lot of years TV think if TV is America's hobby. Hobby Radio's Ben America's companion. We keep people company other companies, besides yours like PNG has gone from probably three or four years ago, not even being in the top.

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"pittman" Discussed on Math & Magic: Stories from the Frontiers of Marketing with Bob Pittman

Math & Magic: Stories from the Frontiers of Marketing with Bob Pittman

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"pittman" Discussed on Math & Magic: Stories from the Frontiers of Marketing with Bob Pittman

"Our audience. I also knew extremely important to the employee base. Employees would feel better about working there if they knew we had some kind of social purpose associated with what we would do. We had one hundred sixty eight hours a week. We certainly squeeze it in. It also turned. TURNED OUT! It legitimizes us in the eyes of advertisers who formally wouldn't come nearest like American Express, but most importantly the audience liked it, and then fast forward to you know we're gonNA. Throw an inaugural ball. That's not official and see if anybody comes to the party. Rem's GonNa play and and VOGUES GONNA play. We tried to make a spiritism TV but add a little bit of gravitas. If you will in meaning, you know like you do matter, you are young, but you matter and you deserve to be heard and listened to, and we're GONNA. Help you. MTV was a wonderful ride from the very beginning founder and I knew we were doing something that was important to culture. But we had no, we were going to change culture. MTV changed TV it changed music. It changed graphic design, and it certainly changed my life, no matter how old I get whatever else I've done. MTV is still an important chapter. My life and all of us is co founders are still very much very type them. But the truth is looking back I think we all feel the same way to them felt when he joined the team. I was happy to have a job. I couldn't believe anyone who's going to hire me. And lucky for all of us. We all kept getting higher again and again I'm Bob Pittman thanks for listening. That's it for today's episode. Thanks so much for listening to math and magic a production of Iheartradio the show is hosted by Bob Pittman, special thanks to sue Schillinger for booking and wrangling are wonderful talent, which is no small feat Nikki tour for pulling, research, Bill Plaques and Michael Czar for their recording help our editor, Ryan Murdoch and of course Gale Raoul Eric Angel, mango and everyone who helped. Bring this show to your ears until next time..

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"pittman" Discussed on Math & Magic: Stories from the Frontiers of Marketing with Bob Pittman

Math & Magic: Stories from the Frontiers of Marketing with Bob Pittman

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"pittman" Discussed on Math & Magic: Stories from the Frontiers of Marketing with Bob Pittman

"Needed to convince a record business, so it was like we need a story Tom. John Connor on. Don't come back to you. Have a story in Tulsa didn't happen till he went to Syracuse Houston, we went to the cable markets so Tom and I. Driving through Tulsa and a rental car, literally with a matter of record stores going into places, so you sold any lease records sewing Duran Duran any tulips. To nope, nope. Nope, so we kept driving driving I. still remember there was registering enrolled house. Russian and we say solely this only. That's only to enter a brand ran. I sold two boxes of durant records last week. What you sold to. You sold fifty records twenty-five records in a box. Can we have your name? And can we use your phone? Call the? Story, we have story. We have record store. Selling Music only played on MTV and he said Great. Get a name. Get the information. We need an article, and so we think the phone I turned to tyler Tom. We get to go home. And we took that and we wrote it as a case study, and we ran and billboard and music magazines to Louis. The record company. Keep going I. Have the of course you. Do you have everything we ever did it? MTV, you are the pack rat. That one sheet MTV sells records, Joey, Smith and boy that Joy Smith wherever you are in. Tulsa Oklahoma, thank you. If you're wondering why we pick those license. Syracuse Houston Tulsa. It's because those were the view markets where we have enough cable density that we'd can make a point. These cities ended up being little laboratories where we peak in and take measurements and show the world just how effective MTV was going to be. So it proved our worth to the record companies, but chapter remember. We still had to convince cable operators to carry TV. They wanted to be paid. The carry our channel, and frankly we didn't have the money, so we had to come up with a breakthrough idea and genius campaign that could do all the heavy lifting. Here Tom Preston. Cyber telling that story start top. When we launched MTV, you're the head of marketing the cable operator wooden. WOULD MTV on? They wanted us to pay them one. We didn't have the money and two that was probably a slippery slope, and so we decided we would use a whole strategy to get distribution. I want my MTV. What was sort of a hail? Mary Pass? 'cause you know we're about to go. Under known in the organization knew about wonder. So how are we going to get these cable operators at us when we knew in fact, the? The people who actually had it in the few towns where it exists that they loved it, they were fanatical about it, so we actually had to go over their heads, and the idea was that campaign I want my maple, which I remembered as a baby boomer in the fifties, some obnoxious. I want my maple, but I want my MTV. The actual spot said they grew up with rock and roll. They grew up with television now. They want their MTV. George Lois who never saw something that he couldn't copy. Had already copied. A famous TV commercial from the fifties called I. Want my maypole for a really horrendous tasting oatmeal wheels. -actly and he redid it with Mick Jagger and David Bowie and on the beginning of the spot. He had Pete Townsend doing it. America demand your MTV. And people go I want my MTV I. Want My MTV and Pete Townsend again with a telephone. Call Your cable operator and say I, want. And they showed us this spot. If we could get major rock stars in a commercial to kind of hold, our logo validated, hold it in command people to call their cable company and demand their MTV. Make it look cool. Put some animation around it, and then put it in these markets at very high frequency. We go into a market and it'd be like blockbuster movie was opening. Most people in the market had never heard of MTV so we. We went and we pitched to you I. Think you saw the feeling of it right away? There's a lesson in this to that. You've always done very well. which is harnessing the power of partners, and in the case of I won't MTV movie stars who are willing to be in the commercial for free to help us accomplish our goals, but you also have music companies and others Dale was this brilliant hybrid of a strategist and a creative guy. And as a strategist, what he understood.

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"pittman" Discussed on Math & Magic: Stories from the Frontiers of Marketing with Bob Pittman

Math & Magic: Stories from the Frontiers of Marketing with Bob Pittman

06:50 min | 1 year ago

"pittman" Discussed on Math & Magic: Stories from the Frontiers of Marketing with Bob Pittman

"It's the beginning of the eighties cable. TV was still a crazy idea. Most business executives, the most of America didn't understand or believe and how TV was about the change, and here comes this packet twenty year old with an attitude. None of us had ever done the jobs before all we knew, is we grow up with rock and roll, and we've grown up with TV and the two had never successfully together. We thought it had always failed because TV, people always wanted to try and make music that the TV foreign a story. We intended to make TV but the music form mood and emotion MTV was going to be about attitude and something. People wanted to join we. A mission. So an IHEART own John Sykes at the time a twenty four year, old record executive at CBS records in Chicago heard, but we were up to. Well, he wanted and. So. Let's talk about MTV. It's nineteen. Eighty word gets out that we're working on this. Do Music Channel. How did you hear about it? What does it mean to you? And how on earth did you really get connected to us to get on that original team? I grew up with three things in my life. Radio television music. That's all I cared about when I wasn't listening to radio station I was watching TV or listening to music. Those things to me shaped our culture, so I'm at school cable TV just starting up and I saw the cable channels are empty. The music is all over. The radio was on television, so we used to shoot the concerts. And, we tape and send them to new channels. We played a concert and people like Oh my God. I can see the band and all they wanted to do at that point was put music on television when I graduated. I went to CBS that. Let's put music on us one concert these three Martini lunch guys in New York looked at me like crazy. Crazy I got a job in the record business promoting radio stations I wanted to run the radio station I didn't want to promote them on the road, but that's the job I had so then I, heard from my friend. Steve Casey was wls in Chicago that his great friend Bob Pittman was in New York and he was going to start a video channel. And I lost my mind. It's still gives me goosebumps. I was like his. To, this is what I wanted to to to me. I was like music belonged on television so I started calling you. And I called you I called you and I called you and thanks to your assistant and Plunkett grows annoying so much. She said all right, bobby, please talk to this guy. And we met that day with a borrowed sport jacket. I didn't own it. Connected that moment because we have the same vision, music and television with the two biggest forces in pop culture, and they're about to be you know you look back on any successful product and it seems easy. You were there when we didn't even have approval from the board, do it? We just had some money to develop it. So give us a little color for people think things are easy and the always go exactly the way you plan what that early development was like. It is funny. People's like Oh. My God you're the Teen Start MTV that must have been a magical great ago I don't know. I was working to heart. We were so in the trenches all the time. It only looks glamorous today looking back, but when you're in it, it's a slug fest. There was this idea but to make it happen. We had no money and we all quit jobs. Jobs you NBC CBS, that was the promotion man of the year in Chicago and I. Just said I'm quitting people like us. We weren't gonNA. Fail I. Never Thought we were going to fail. I got scared when you'd come in and say you know we're going to cut the budgets. We've got a few more months. We've gotta make our numbers. That just made me say well. We don't have to work hard to make our numbers I can still remember one conversation. We have where I said okay. We're going to the board and we're. We're GONNA. Pitch this for approval and you go what we don't have. Approval I quit my job. We don't have approval. John This was development. All the blood ran out of your face at that bummer I do remember. I had to look up because there was no internet. I had to go in the dictionary. Look Up. The real definition of development is that we're developing something development means it's not going to happen yet, but you know something. Like who cares if it doesn't work August, leave my sister's couch and get another job. We were young. John Sykes was so hungry. He pounded on our door. Let him in. He believed to music television from the start, but my good pal Fred Seibert the one who came of radio and helped create the graphic look of MTV, his reason for getting into TV was very different. One of your great supporters who I'd worked with and who I loved dearly Dale. Pond recommended you to me pre MTV. It was in the early days of pay. You came over to join us in the Cable Revolution Yeah. Why did you make that jump well? You know this is going to sound flattering. I did it completely because of you. Dale had left the country music radio station and left me alone, and the guy was working for at that time in radio. I had no respect for whatsoever. So you called me one day said you want to be intimidated. Oh, you said okay. Come have coffee with me. I went to Dale's files and he had files on everyone in the business, and there was one article about you and I thought to myself. You know this guy is younger than me and I've heard of him. So. That's you know one check. So we go. We have the coffee and I walk out. And I called my best friend. And I said this guy that I talked to so much smarter than my boss Radio. He goes. What do you think about that? I said well. Here's what they'll taught me. Doesn't matter what the job his work. For the smartest person you can find and at the time you the smartest person I could find. That's what happens. You told you that's flattering. Truth. Be told when you first told me about it. I thought it was the dumbest idea in the world because I was a music guy. And I had seen a few crummy music videos. I hadn't really thought about it too much. And then. Luckily, somebody played a music video. That made you know the little white. Go Off I. Don't know whether it was blind. Faith or I was too naive to know that you had to have faith like you told me it was going to happen. I believe you with a youth. Totally, I was just talking with Alan Goodman my soon to be partner at that point, and he said you know we didn't really know it was going to happen. But you looked at all. The other people that were around you and it just had to happen. I think that's really true I. Don't know if you remember, but we went to the head of Warner Communications and American. Express and we've got a meeting with Steve Ross. Who is the CEO of Warner with his deputies David Horowitz etc, and we got Jim Robinson and his deputy Lugar Schnur for American, express. We were worried that when we showed these videos through for American Express what. To said. Let's find the TAMEST. Livia Newton John. Of your remember, but in the meeting they said do have to play that kind of stuff implying Olivia Newton John was to. Write to their credit. Jim Robinson's the first one to say okay. I'm in for my half..

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"pittman" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"pittman" Discussed on KOMO

"In for him is Bob Pittman hi Bob thanks for inviting me by thanks for coming back I'm glad I didn't she sat on the first hour all my goodness of course this is great bombs in the feet planning attorney and I would urge you that if you have any questions about estate planning call now here's your chance you can ask him anything two oh six four two one one thousand two oh six forty one one thousand or eight seven seven three nine seven K. one well I would venture bomb and I'm there also was a good thing out having fun yeah he will probably have heard every single question possible there's not a lot but you know I learned all the time I think that's why not well know that I'm Headin down the last street if you well as when I stop learning I hope that never happens I read somewhere that everyone just wants to learn grow and contribute I believe that's true I think so yeah so what is the most what's the most challenging question you had this week without revealing anyone's information if you possibly can you know probably the saddest was he dealing with the the death of a of a of a young person and without going into any detail it says that's hard to imagine yeah unless you are and I I discovered this a long time ago that and I you know two white ball but I said you know Bob you have no way of knowing what anybody's going through when that whether they lose a spouse a child a parent you don't know because you're not I'm not living through it and all I can do is is try to help the best I can to sort of sue the the belt and put up some little guide posts and help get someone down the right road but it's a tough tough road and it's different for everybody there some things I think must be the same it's just awful but it's just different and and I know that someone who's sales lost a spouse I'm not a surviving spouse and so I really don't know truly what it's like except that it's hard I think it's true that every day when you run into someone you don't know the path that they're on the road that they're on or what their story is too that's true the story so important I you know one of reasons why I started doing what I call guide book style plan in its guide book planning is so I wanna know as high as I sit and think and I ponder all these things all the time and I say okay a fight to find that surviving spouse I want this guide book I want to be able to open up a call to big red book I want to be able to open up the big red book and be operational in in a safe zone right away and that's what the guide what what I call guide book planning is all about is it gets you right away in the event of a number what when the merchants here are tough time comes you're right in to the guide book and you say okay I know what to do I've written it down in advance talk about prevention and preventing problems in the future and getting that road map out and we put it on per in purple on purpose and a big red book because we wanted to stand out and inside in the key information section that says okay you know Bob is incapacitated here's what I do Bob has passed Bob is diet here's what I need to do first and second and third and by the time you're doing that you're on the right road and you're not likely to be taken advantage of by the sharks and the vultures and it's so complete that it goes all the way down to what was your client the queue for a client you showed me this week hello John well I'm going to mention Joe Joe on the air Jo Jo came to visit us Joe Joe was the nicest little dog you'd want to me so it's every you know from Bob is capacity needed to who's gonna feed Jo Jo's right yes exactly right yeah now you take these the estate planning based on say a guide book can you wrap it in Rashi's life planning at all my goodness are you there or what well I would venture to say Bob we we've just met last couple days and I can tell how thoughtful you are and how much you think about your clients I know how much re she thinks about his clients to and how it's the full three sixty it's not just the legal part.

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"pittman" Discussed on Math & Magic: Stories from the Frontiers of Marketing

Math & Magic: Stories from the Frontiers of Marketing

16:37 min | 2 years ago

"pittman" Discussed on Math & Magic: Stories from the Frontiers of Marketing

"I am Bob Pittman and this is mathematics stories from the frontiers of marketing where we explore the insights side of marketing the creative side and how they come together to create the truly remarkable ideas and successes today on this episode. We have someone who is a true iconoclast somebody somebody Alamo Frankie Genius Fred Seibert welcome.

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