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"public relations staff" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Staggering under it, But Travis is there to make the catch. Not bad for a guy who's hardly ever played out there, and the Pirates are retired again. It just got quiet. So quiet courtesy, this time of Madison Bumgarner Crawford with the big swing a lot of the fifth. It's panic posi inside of all coming up giants for Pittsburgh, Nothing It's not 2014 NL Wildcard playoff on KNBR, 1045 and 6 80 These forts leader thinks she's the flagship of giants NPR and KNBR. San Francisco, please S'mores leer. Giantstwenty Fortin Championship Postseason marathon continues with Bumgarner's gem in Pittsburgh 2014 NL wildcard PLAYOFF on KNBR 10456 Sports Leader sponsored by Dignity Health official healthcare provider of the San Francisco Giants. Back here for winning number five Giants have the heart of the order coming up on the Pirates. Keep edits involved in the game Giants with big swing of the bat on the fourth, The Brandon Crawford Grand Slam Too bad for General McIntyre. Because that had happened. Listening. Jethro would be rich. It is the roundtable grants limiting Jethro back entire of Pittsburgh. California. Is the contestant on Jackson Grand Slam Geoffrey Owens $5000 courtesy of a roundtable pizza so good part of the order here for the Giants trying to make some more noise. Against Volquez. Panic Posey inside of all coming up for nothing. Game. Bumgarner pitchy. Well, Crawford Grand Slam right now, the difference back for more play by play once again, Here's John Miller. All right, Dave, And here is Joe Panik, who singled his last time. He's one for two left handed Hillary and he takes a called strike with the off speed pitch at 83 miles an hour and its own one. The outfield, the leftfielder Marta way over toward the left your line, not a pitch. Swing and a fly ball, fouled off the left your line. That'll go back into the crowd. So on to Liam Connelly of the Giants public relations staff is under Some information about the Grand Slam by Brandon Crawford, saying he's become the fifth player in major league history to hit a Grand Slam. In a winner take all postseason game. The fifth. Now the pitch on the way inside way inside. The others, Of course, Buster Posey, who did it just two years ago in Cincinnati. In the division, Siri's Johnny Damon did it for the Boston Red Sox. Game seven of the league championship series of Yankee Stadium and Old four. Troy O'Leary did it for the Red.
"public relations staff" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"But one season ah, member of the Lexington Legends, Public Relations staff came and invited the beat riders to come down. For a game. So Kevin going into the Cincinnati Post and I, we got together and checked out a game on a Saturday night. I believe what you did Friday or Saturday night. It just had a blast at the elections and Legends game and they did a promotion that I absolutely love would love to see more of it. And that is after alleged hit a home run, and there were two or three home runs hit. There was a guy sitting in the box seats behind home plate near the nearthe Legends dugout. The kid would come out after his home run tip his cap. The guy would take his cap in Rome. This seats the box seats from third base to first. Your first to third base behind the dugouts and right in that area there and collect money and folks were tipping him, You know, putting a dollar $5 whatever in this guy's cap And then the guy racing around the stadium, hands the ball player his cap with the money in it. Is a is a tip for hitting a home run. I thought that was so cool. I was hoping that the Dayton Dragons would do something like that. And I don't know if they did or not. But I just thought that was really cool. And that was my memory of Ah. Going to a legends game and really an awesome promotion. But what I'd like to know is where did you play Little League Baseball, Not whole baseball. In suburban Cincinnati. What field? What do you remember about it? The chick stir grew up early on Grand Avenue, right up the street from Holy Family Church in school, And then we moved in 1960 when I was in the first grade to ST William. At the We lived at the corner West Eighth and Rosemont. We had a hoop in our driveway, Little driveway, legend and the ball. We set up a fence. My dad did, but the ball would bounce And the next thing I know I am racing down west, a street trying to chase our basketball. But anyway, Jem See Park US camp. Dell Hi Junior High del High Park into Rome. Those fields in Boldface Park, which became Pete Rose Park. Now it's back to bold face down on the river. Ah umpired played down there many, many times so Hey, Where did you would love to hear from you? Where did you play Little League Baseball. And what do you remember about it? Man was a candid park in Redding. Was it Yeah. Where you and Ah, but I'm travelling around and going to a lot of different places. Man, Wittenberg University beautiful. Baseball stadium. Wow, He's just awesome. But I've been to Riverside Park. I've even going out to beach acres in Anderson Township toe umpire but have no field in white oak. And Waterworks Park and Fairfield. Fairfield is just unbelievable. The number ofthe baseball fields and stadiums and That's where the job Joe Nuxhall Miracle Field in Fairfield, Man Just Ah! Riverside Park on round bottom, rode all over the place, so we've been staying busy and that hiss really helped fill the void. With no major league baseball. Coming up to the top of the hour. Don amrhein. He's coming in studio veteran fast pitch softball coach and instructor and really looking forward to talking to don And He's also a terrific umpire. But he's the head Girls softball coach at ST Ursula Academy, and he also has ties to the Reds working with the Youth Academy. And ah, the Cincinnati Bengals. So looking forward to having don in studio. It's awfully awfully hot out outside, man. Be sure to hydrate, but it's so good to see the Reds back at you know, part half the team is a great American ballpark. The other half is it Presque au Park. I wonder what is going through the mind of Aristide Ease, Aquino. I'm not saying he's been banished to Fresco Park, but to hear, you know, Nick crawl, the general manager and Reds officials talk about roster balance and everything, though Punisher. Maybe there's not enough work for him at Great American ballpark. Maybe they need him at fresco. I just I just kind of We shake in my head that he's to me. It just sounds like he's getting cast aside here and, yeah, he had an unbelievable August. He struggled in September. But let's not forget The awesomeness. That is, and was, and is, and hopefully will be Aristides Aquino, looking forward to the 60 game sprint for the Reds and really looking forward to Extra innings. Putting the runner at second base. I love it as soon as they talked about that. That's what happens in fast pitch softball. It's called the TB, the international tiebreaker rule. Whoever makes the last out or if this say the number seven batter is due up in the order Number six goes to second base number seven batteries up. And you conjugate decided that way and I absolutely love it is going to be a roller coaster. It's going to be, you know, Ryan type moment. With the excitement of extra innings coming to Major League Baseball. Hates.
"public relations staff" Discussed on Yesteryear Old Time Radio
"Public relations staff has been on the job, but the war department says fit has no information. That is about the entire story as far as we know it at the moment at this point, there's no way in which any of us could know whether there's even a spark of truth behind this German story we don't know. But there are several bits of evidence, suggesting that the Germans are trying some kind of trick. We'll have to wait until later before we can be sure. Since the first German report came in about thirty minutes after midnight. Eastern wartime, we've been on the air several times here. At Columbia's news headquarters in New, York repeating the facts we know and giving you whatever news has come in. At this point are Columbia newsroom as a scene of activity, rather unusual at this time of the morning after three eastern wartime. The news machines of the United Press the Associated Press, the international news service, and so on which usually at this hour are slowly calmly printing more or less routine news for afternoon. Papers are now hammering out. Of Information from Europe they can get. But even so there are some times long pauses because of the way in which the Germans put this story out. Now it might be a good idea to take you on a little three o'clock in the morning tour of Colombia's newsroom, so if you'll bear with me I'm going to stand up from his table in the studio, and which have been broadcasting open the door, take the microphone in my hand and walk out into Columbia's newsroom, failing the long cable behind me, and when we got in our newsroom, crossing the old I, read off to you some of the newest machines and give you an idea just what they are printing at this hour of this unusual morning, Columbia's new staff has been quickly assemble, and so many staff members appeared so quickly that there are scarcely cares on upper all members of. Kellner who finished eleven o'clock broadcast about our goal is still here major George Fielding Eliot Hurry in among others. ambigious Elliott brought with him a very large supply of maps as you can well imagine in one of our opposite. The radio is permanently tuned tonight to a London circuit, so that we can hear whatever comes over on this particular circuit table has been set up and now bears large cups of coffee, the inevitable accompaniment to all stories, but break abruptly in the night. In some ways. The theme is not unlike those hardworking night when the Germans rushing through Denmark, Norway, the low countries in France, but there's an awful lot of different. Even though we're suspicious of this German store right and we think that the vision possibly has not begun still the atmosphere newsroom tonight is different from that, although it's anxious nights when the Germans were on the offensive, and now I've walked with the microphone down to the end of our newsroom, and the first machine that we come to the Brown teletype printer, which turns out the report from Reuter. That's the British news agency, and here's what Reuter has just printed. Rundown Reuter an officer of the staff of the Allied Supreme Command of the expeditionary, force. Today broadcast a warning specially address to all Frenchmen living at least within thirty five kilometers of the coach. He said the lives of many depend upon the speed with which you act. And then there was a brief pause. Men Writer continued warning to quote. The war has entered upon a new phase. This of course is what the spokesman said. The air war has entered new phase. Do will they warned of our before an attack, leaflets be dropped by Allied planes as soon as you got the warning, go to your domicile and go at least two kilometers from it into the open country. To take long only what you can easily carry three, keep off all roads, railway, lines and bridges. Or do not form groups which could be mistaken for troop concentration. That's what writers sprinting at the moment them. As all newsmen will recognize, the inevitable little post VIP, the machine says correction and warning to carry paragraph three. Keep off all roads. Next is the machine of the international news service, and it has just been printing a dispatch from London by Kingsbury Smith. It, says bulletin by Kingsborough Smith International News. Service correspondent London may six I on. German sources reported today that the allies launched the long awaited invasion of the continent by landing parachutists in northern France and assaulting the French coast from the air and by sea. There was absolutely no immediate confirmation that the invasion it started either from headquarters of general, Dwight D Eisenhower. Supreme Commander in the European theater or any other allied quarter. And then the bulletin from Smith goes on to say Londoners and observers on the South East Coast of England said that wave upon wave of allied air fleets, constituting the largest fourth of bombers and fighters ever seen crossing the English Channel had gone out toward the French coat. If you'll bear with me on this tour of a newsroom, instead of going along and the geographical way on on early would go to the united press machines bulletins is coming on the Associated Press and here's what it says. New York June six AP the London Radio in the Dutch language broadcast warned European underground workers today to report to their leaders with all speed, and do people and to be prepared for anything. Keep away from military installations, broadcast said underground members report to your trusted leaders act with feed. Be Prepared for anything. There is bombardment and the port of La of. That is the bottom which is just come in on the Associated Press machine by APPS. You heard those bells ringing in the background is I was reading. The dispatch from the INS machine, and so I tried not to flip over the cable, rushed over to the AP machine to read through the bulletin that was coming in there, and now back to the United Press Machine. That's one of the many united. I machines that we have in this office most of them you know print the same thing. We have to have great many copies Columbia's new headquarters. The European machine is next to the I. N. I. N. S. machine from which I was reading a moment ago and here is what the up machine is printing at the moment the first thing my I liked on is this bulletin. London June six. Three zero five in the morning up. Are Farmers called in strength? Unquote attack occupied territory last night. It was announced today. And then bulletin the second lead by Joseph W Greg. You're not impressed. Staff correspondent London, Tuesday June six up. German Transocean and DNB. Agencies started broadcasting shortly after six thirty in the morning today, European time twelve thirty am eastern wartime, totally unconfirmed reports that German warships were fighting allied landing ships around the Senate. Eighty miles from the south coast, and that allied paratroops were being landed two hours later while the Germans continued to.
"public relations staff" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Back here forgetting number five giants at the heart of the order coming up and the pirates keep minutes of all kids in the game giants with the big swing a bat in the for the rented property Moran's slam down to bad for general McIntyre because of that it happened at this sitting general would be rich it is the round table grants limiting Jethro McIntyre of Pittsburg California is the contestants had objected grants went to help her with five thousand dollars courtesy of round table pizza so good part of the order here for the chance to try to make some more noise against provoke as Panik Posey S. out of all coming up a poor nothing games Bumgarner pitching well at the Crawford grand slam right now the difference back for more play by play once again here's John Miller all right Dave and here is Joe Panik who singled as last time he's one for two left handed hitter and he takes a called strike with the off speed pitch at eighty three miles an hour and its own one the on field the left fielder Martel way over toward the left field line now the pitch swing in a fly ball fouled off the left field line and I'll go back into the crowd the joint to Liam Connolly of the giants public relations staff is under is Simba information about the grand slam by Brandon Crawford say he's become the fifth player in major league history to hit a grand slam in a winner take all postseason game just the fifth now the pitch on the way inside way inside the others of course buster Posey who did it just two years ago in Cincinnati in the division series Johnny Damon did it for the Boston Red Sox in game seven of the league championship series at Yankee Stadium.
"public relations staff" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"WFAN and WFAN FM New York Broncos twenty eight ravens twenty one Kevin Kugler alongside mark Malone once again let's go downstairs to Scott Kaplan on the sideline Scott Kevin and the ravens have been looking at ray Lewis's fingers although he's back in the game and their public relations staff is not providing us with any information again he's back in the game they're also taking a look at their backup running back with our peers you guys were talking about him in the county you reset his rookie season he's bent over it looks like he's in some pain but there again they're not reporting to show what the injuries at all having empathy for your matter moments we talked about earlier studies that leave jury late in the game against the colts last week one of that software up again yeah he was limited in practice this week as well from the twenty five yard line first down the ten football because they needed twenty eight twenty one two receivers to the left too wide to the right manning in the empty backfield shotgun manning with a four man rush in front of it sits in the pocket a little this point three set out to the thirty five yard line and very close to a first down it looks like it's gonna be about a half yard shy Corey Graham on the stock a tough for any quarterback will of god is thirty six years old to sit in that pocket stare down the god Berlin throw the football the traffic like that on the second floor of the Kerry tries the right sided Kruger hits him hard she was short of the thirty five yard line they did not get it it'll be thirteen inches thirteen inches is not bad just trying to catch them off guard trying to go the quickstep is ray Lewis also went on to tackle on third and short hill to get a single back filled with the Kerry to the right side and Hillman very close to the thirty five yard line it's going to depend on the spot that Wall goes all bits of one getting no push at.
"public relations staff" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Back here forgetting number five giants at the heart of the order coming up and the pirates keep methods of all kids in the game giants with the big swing a bat in the for the rented property Moran's slam too bad for general McIntyre because of that it happened in this setting general would be rich it is the round table grants limiting Jethro McIntyre of Pittsburg California is the contestant had objected grants went to help her with five thousand dollars courtesy of round table pizza so good part of the order here for the chance to try to make some more noise against provoke as Panik Posey S. out of all coming up a poor nothing game Baumgartner pitching well at the Crawford grand slam right now the difference back for more play by play once again here's John Miller all right Dave and here is Joe Panik who singled as last time he's one for two left handed hitter and he takes a called strike with the off speed pitch at eighty three miles an hour and its own one the on field the left fielder Marcelli way over toward the left field line now the pitch swing in a fly ball fouled off the left field line and I'll go back into the crowd the joint to Liam Connolly of the giants public relations staff is under is Simba information about the grand slam by Brandon Crawford say he's become the fifth player in major league history to hit a grand slam in a winner take all postseason games just the fifth now the pitch on the way inside way inside the others of course buster Posey who did it just two years ago in Cincinnati in the division series Johnny Damon did it for the Boston Red Sox in game seven of the league championship series at Yankee Stadium in whole form Troy o'leary did it for the red Sox in ninety nine there's a ground ball to second down to one knee Neil Walker fields it straight up and throws him out and there is one away bills guaranteed in the World Series the clinching game in nineteen fifty six World Series so just if they if they were to hit a grand slam in a winner take all postseason games Brandon Crawford the only giants ever to hit grand slam to the post season Posey will Clark and.
"public relations staff" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Both days mile both days highs in the mid forties it's currently fifteen degrees CBS news update Roger stone the long time GOP operative in trump confidante sentenced to forty months behind bars for lying to Congress about his efforts to collaborate with weekly leads during the twenty sixteen election well Mr trump has previously hinted at a possible pardon he said he wants to let the process play out I'm following this very closely and I want to see it play out to its fullest because Roger is a very good chance of exoneration in my opinion but says CBS news legal analyst Kimberly Whaley more likely that we will see exoneration or some kind of relief for Mr stone if at all the president and it would be through the court system former federal prosecutor Laurie Levenson says Attorney General William Barr is probably relieved by the sentence handed down I think he's hoping that he can just move on and say thank god I had an independent judge who gave me a sentence that the president probably can live for CBS news update on that paper WTMJ news time four thirty two from the W. T. M. J. breaking news center the city Milwaukee is hoping to make navigating downtown a bit easier the machi business journal says thirty five digital kiosks will be installed along the street car line and other hot spots reporter Shawn Ryan says the kiosks will generate ad revenue for the city but they will have other uses are going to try to keep the information updated to include things like events new businesses on there just to have it also be useful information for folks the city share from advertising could be anywhere from three hundred to five hundred thousand dollars annually there's an update on in Atlanta a couple who were on board the diamond princess and diagnosed with coronavirus signed a release that they're not coming home to Atlanta yet there okay but they're still testing positive for corona virus even after fourteen days of being quarantined at a hospital in Japan their son David they're going to retest of every forty eight hours Intel they get to negative test before they could be released from the hospital he says to his nephews who are also on a cruise ship arrived in Texas on Sunday they are under quarantine there Sabrina Cupid for CBS news Atlanta the university of Michigan is set up a hotline after several people have come forward alleging abuse by a former school Dr dating back decades former university of Michigan Dr Robert E. Anderson worked at the school from the nineteen sixties to two thousand three he died in two thousand eight ten years later a former student athlete told the school he was sexually abused by Anderson in the nineteen seventies university spokesman wrecked it's Gerald says they want more people to come forward it's critically important and and and that people come forward and alerted us to misconduct the seventy two year old man says he was final during a medical exam by Anderson in the nineteen sixties he complained but the school did nothing Ribeiro ABC news no immediate ruling on a request to see emails between the public relations staff of two major sports teams and the Roman Catholic Church in New Orleans the plaintiffs joined in their request by a motion from the Associated Press says given the high profile nature of the professional sports teams and the Catholic Church it's the public's right to know what was exchanged between them the public certainly has a right to know what goes on in their court rooms as Loyola law professor Dane see Lino however these are private parties involved in a lawsuit it doesn't involve any public entities lawyers for the team its owner says all they did was advised her to officials to be transparent any emails that end up as evidence in the civil suit would become public record Chris Miller for CBS news New Orleans Ben Affleck is a worry dad as he continues his current press tour Ben Affleck continuing to open up about his alcoholism and divorce from Jennifer garner I really don't want my children to pay for myself spelling dancer on Good Morning America that he knows first hand about being the child of an alcoholic and the worry that brings for kids what if my dad history what if he does something stupid or if he has one CMC Affleck is given a few candid interviews now while promoting his upcoming film the way back J. Symington's an ABC news Hollywood WTMJ news time four thirty four you're listening to Wisconsin's afternoon news WTMJ fifty degrees here in Milwaukee I'm guessing it is not unknown sixty degrees warmer in Arizona and that's were great magic is covering spring training and Greg is with us hello Greg eighty one today is the warmest week so far guys literally it's gotten better every day yes I did think it was possible but it has Hey I know you had a chance to spend sometime with Lorenzo Cain Lorenzo Cain by his own admission not having the year last year that he would have liked to have had health is a little bit of an issue and they're gonna need him back big time this year aren't there it was an interesting conversation value you know you talk about a guy who's thirty three years old and in one respect had a phenomenal defensive year low always looked like he was a little banged up and at the age of thirty three I guess that that's easier to come by that when you're twenty three but he did not have the year at the plate that he wanted to happen that's why he was here when pitchers and catchers arrives notice.
"public relations staff" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Is sports talk one hour to go to down man appreciate to all of tonight's gas Chad Brendel catch journal talking a Mike bone headed to the university of southern California is their director of athletics after spending the last five years at UC he's due to replace when Swann it's not the ink on the contract has been signed yet but every outlet that I've seen is reporting it that Mike bone is gone so Chad Brendel Tommy thrall the voice of the Cincinnati Reds he joined us in the seven o'clock hour and along with mark Sheldon of MLB dot com covering the Cincinnati Reds I want to broach a subject here on ethics in sports question and first I'll give the question in kind of a rambling away here and then backtrack how much reporting should be done if they celebrate Tory locker room in a very emotional situation okay we saw all the USA women's soccer team gosh dance and doing all kinds of crazy stuff in their locker room some of it was on film gosh were they cursing in just going crazy unit caught some Flack for that but it was a celebration here the champions of the world okay so the Houston Astros or on a walk off home run defeat the New York Yankees this is late in October to put themselves in the World Series okay and assistant general manager Brandon Topman he allegedly goes on a profanity taunts to a group of the female journalists in defense of the team's employment of pitch your rubber tell us sooner a pitcher previously accused of domestic violence and he taunted the reporters by saying to the effect we are so and he dropped the F. bomb thank god we got as soon I'm so F. bomb glad we got as soon in the direction of a three female reporters after the Astros defeated the Yankees to win the AL pennant and enter the World Series at first he downplayed it the other team bought it but then a further investigation no date they didn't buy if they found out how wrong it was in the wind up firing Brandon top man the assistant GM of the Houston Astros and one of the reporters are subjected to the taunts wearing a purple domestic violence awareness bracelets and yeah this was all reported you know in Sports Illustrated and I got to thinking about my career and you know being in the Bengals locker room for twelve seasons and back when they played at Cinergy field riverfront stadium reporters were allowed on the field the final five minutes of the game I hated to miss you guys when you got trapped in an elevator you could you could have missed so if the game was close I hated to go down there really early and W. could get down on the field and watch the last few minutes of the game and then you watch the players come off the field into the tunnel toward their locker room and fans would lean over and got shot taunt the players if they lost dhampir on on yell Adam screen madam and if they one eight players would toss their other gloves up Adam whatever in there were some heated exchanges in there at times and then but my feeling is how much should get reported by journalists in a celebrate Tory locker room hi energy the way that was in this GM just kind of goes off you know a little about your profanity there and I'm just thinking of the ethical question here how much you get reported in that locker room atmosphere in a celebration mode and now when something like this happens well that kind of cross the line definitely it became a news story so I'm just wondering how fans and even fellow journalists feel about that what would you have done get you one witness this we're so Mara well a player when after me after ray the day after a Bengal LOS I'll never forget it nineteen ninety seven and the odd the Bengals lost late in the season to the of Philadelphia Eagles at the vet and boomer science in in the locker room I didn't see this but boomer up through his helmet at the defense and said you guys didn't deserve your paychecks so you know we were told about that and so I approached the very next day I learned my lesson the very next day I approached a linebacker for the bangles white a very good rapport with instead of saying boomer said this that the defense you know odd don't deserve their paychecks how do you feel about that I said I just came out and said stupidly Hey do the does the defense deserve your paychecks but and the player kind of came after me he if they get held back before he strangled me so and then gosh there was dead silence between us for the last basically the last month of the season until what you know we talk things out I talked to his agent and we of actually kind of made up a little bit but you know fractured from that point on so I just want to bring up this point because it's a delicate balance in that locker room after a game players or emotional and when it comes to winning an AL pennant management is very very emotional and he should never of come out and it's all been said that about right to these up female reporters these journalists dropping the F. bomb about how glad they were to get Roberto Osuna who had been accused of domestic violence that cross the line but I'm just wanted to bring this up the delicate balance the reporter goes through gosh you're seein something and man if you see it I guess it's fair game to report it and I'll never forget a player in the Bengal open locker room just during the week got tired I'll never forget Carl pal defensive line he got tired of all of one of the rats in the only reason I say that one of the rats D. bees and that's L. cliff gross well the full back said the rats there they hit your weight there's so many of them they multiply the DB's they play dirty but he took one of these guys the issue happening talking too much it just oyster team over the ledge into a clothing been you know just just picked him up and tossed in so we got tired of hearing it so in the end we were immediately the other the beat writers we were down a little ways in the locker room didn't quite see it but we were told right away Hey you know keep that you they they try to squelch it the are you the public relations staff which you know I can I can see them attempted to do that but if we sold in the locker room man we reported it so I just want to lay that on you if you have any you know feeling that way band would love to hear from you and we have time to go out to the acute hearing centers dot com hotline Bob is in Montgomery hi Bob Amanda so quick I just want to say I can have an issue with being our borders being locked in to begin with that's not a cross wind yeah and gosh remember when Sam Weiss put up the curtain and head up you know guys had to wear basically skirts and I I was not covering the club full time at that time but I remember that extremely well Sam was dead set against it and then gosh in a locker room setting in west women or closed I'm sure male reporters are not allowed in the female locker rooms exactly what I want okay awesome and Hey Steve in may said what's going on brother Hey check heard on the radio talking about the call tonight just wanted to make sure you're given the the that the team the full story on why that asters recorder was yeah yeah or the the Astros a general manager yeah the L. manager exact yeah well yeah he he basically lied it's always the the attempted cover up that yeah make sure that building that that story thanks okay great yeah the first down played it toward his bosses and the team and the league and the visually baseball underwent a thorough investigation that lasted a couple days and then he got fired yeah the team that first claim the tall man's quote inappropriate comments were not directed toward any reporter that's what he claims but now says the club Dan said after an investigation the claim was wrong in the Astros went on to lose a seven game World Series if you told me as the court a court favorite the team that got to play if it went seven games to play for home games the Astros would lose all four home games to the Washington nationals I would have believed it unbelievable the visiting team won all seven games that World Series it was an absolute joy to watch it really was great great World Series they were gonna take a break and come back and take your calls phone lines are open you want to sound off about the bangles the Reds this story that we're talking about here female reporters saw in the locker room or just the sensitivity training that's needed in a locker room setting I heard that the on the commercial break gosh twenty three percent of the zip polar's say job go with the automatic umpires go with the who's not the human umpire setting that that would.
"public relations staff" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"I want to invite women callers of lines have been very full so if you're calling in you're hesitating a little bit you not getting through women can call in the special night side women's line six one seven nine three one ten thirty six one seven nine three one ten thirty back to the calls going to go to John down and talk Hey John welcome back tonight said how are you my friend hi this is Jon and Tormund I called before is so bad the kid from Taunton I'm not so bad the kit but people with disabilities from the southeast I'm also a door you were just a house I go the day house where my parents no matter the crawfish and I am also very upset by that saying I called about before no I don't know I know John and I appreciate what you do and I appreciate the fact that you're committed to this because not only for for yourself but for others that's what's it what's most important yeah it should have the right to work yeah well there there is there is some people don't want to work and they just as soon sit home but so many people with with disabilities I guess I do speaking engagements I do others disengagement that workers management rejected center I do a lot of good work of all the good people excellent excellent our that John you we're proud of you to keep up the good work keep calling the show thanks John I appreciate it very very much have a great night let's go next to Pat is calling from the south and Pat you are next in the ring central nice I called a like a red head Pat good evening to end hi Dan I try to be objective about situations but I don't think the Conservancy is covering itself for glory here not tonight and I was also surprised Mr Concetta did mention that I work eight has filed a complaint with the MC a gate yes they were talking about that yeah he did not mention that I should have probably asked him about that so I'll take the the fall term for that one I was aware of that I don't know what the M. C. A. D. can do I think that again if all of us show genuine concern that maybe the Conservancy I had read off a week ago some of the very influential Boston's who Bostonians was server that board and I haven't heard any of them at this point stepping forward and saying Hey what what happened here it's it excuse me but it's kind of a lengthy process but I think I think that agency has a good reputation so I don't know perhaps Mister Brecht could do something but I think this is serious communication problems here and I don't it doesn't sound like the concurrency really wants to communicate well I thought last week when we extended the invitation it took me a few phone calls to get through they they don't have a public relations staff person listed but I was able to get through and I know of kept a record of who I spoke with I spoke with a woman named Rachel lake who is very nice and very helpful in over the weekend she confirmed that Mister Brackenbury another representative the treasurer of the of of the Cup of the group but Rhys would join us tonight and then last night judge while I was on the air actually few minutes before a while I was on the air but while I was in studio I didn't see this email until two o'clock this morning so I called early this morning to the person who would set the email who was not Rachel lake it was one of her associates I left two voicemails one on on her cell one on her lan line and said please give me a call back I left my phone numbers I hadn't heard back from her I I called her in the email there were two o'clock I called her again at four o'clock I then finally got an email back from her saying she'd been in meetings all day so well I'm at my desk give me a call never got a call back and then tonight at seven twenty one Jessie Brackenbury who supposedly was unavailable tonight sent me an email I don't know where he was but I said to him I sent an email back within eight minutes they said please omit might just give me a call never heard back from him I I'm not very hopeful that we're ever going to get him to come in studio he would still be treated fairly by the way although I'm sure that after tonight they're going to look at us and say well we're upset with them I'm upset with the way they have treated us and the way they have treated my listeners and it is not a good thing to upset me about how old someone treats my listeners I will add this from the phone calls that I made two different offices I will mention that I know that Boston city council for excellent quality and service see about that I don't know how far he got and I know that there are people that I quote in the state house that where it is but I don't really know for sure you know if anything else further is being done well all I can suggest is that people should get on the phone tomorrow we gave the number of the Conservancy six one seven two nine two zero zero two zero and make your voice is the old I mean it it could be your other or sister or or or son or niece or nephew or daughter or neighbor whose whose job is impacted adversely by this decision which I think is just a bad decision maybe there's an explanation they sent me this long explanation a press release I don't deal with press releases I read it but I much prefer to have a conversation with someone to explain whatever has gone on here that I love you calls and I love your passion and your spirit stick with us okay okay thank you get any answer have a great night gonna go next to free and in Ashland friend you are next on nice I go right ahead hi Dan I'm blessed to have a twenty three year old daughter with autism and an intellectual disability and I have to confess that when she was born twenty three years ago I never thought that I'd be hoping that she could get a job cleaning anything that wouldn't be the the the profession I might have chosen before I knew about her diagnosis but I'm really proud to tell you that she works at the help me move burned cleaning a lot of the common areas if you could see the look on her face when she found at work with her he checked the pride she feels those self worth and self esteem it's amazing and the fact that they have taken away this opportunity for people like my Rosie to work and have that sense of self worth and and as self efficacy is just so it's such a shame yeah it seems to me that particularly in view of the history of the Kennedy family and the history of the matriarch rose Kennedy end of the work that her daughter Eunice Shriver's them a special Olympics and the the work that Ted Kennedy has done had done did as you know I say centers advocate for folks with disabilities that the for the Conservancy Conservancy to to decide that some work ink which has a significant portion of their work staff people who are dealing with some level of disability to move them out and a a long time Boston organizations been around here for about fifty years and opt for a company out of Kentucky I think it's Louisville Kentucky block by block I have nothing against Louisville Kentucky have nothing against the company block by block but it just seems to me that I'd much prefer to you know you know those bumper stickers that say you know you know by by local of grow local or shop local yeah I mean that's a kind of a Bostonian thing here and I think it's doubly important when we're employing people who are from the Boston area who have dealt with some level of disability your daughter obviously has a great level of ability as well as disability well have disabilities call help whether we want to realize them or not sure as summer are more difficult to deal with than others obviously zero they were the rates of employment for people with with various disabilities whether it's an intellectual disability at the compatibility ours are dismal and so if you actually have a great program that's working to employ them in their last active in their job why not keep down and and their local well the other thing that's that's important and and I learned this several years ago when I got involved in a dispute with Papa Gino's the of the the the restaurant chain which used to be much bigger than it is today I think and and Papa Gino's actually did the right thing I want to give them give them credit but when I found out from disability advocates back then was that young people particularly who have won one might call you know some more some what we would be described as menial labor okay in in the case of Papa Gino's I was advocating for a couple of young women who had lost their jobs they were basically people the the women who bussed tables at Papa Gino's on but what I found out was that people with disabilities who have jobs they always go to work they're working tendency is much better than the average person particularly with young people because if you got a twenty two year old who on a Friday night has an opportunity to go to a local football game or a party for them to call in sick it's it's it's not hanging over their head because they they're not looking at that job with the same level of commitment and importance as as as a young person with a disability those folks with disabilities like your daughter he really value what they do they value the opportunity to work the value of the opportunity to contribute and be part it to be a a positive influence in society and they don't skip out for for Friday night football games or or bought out and I think that's that's in important element that never should be overlooked Frankenstein much friend appreciate you appreciate your daughter and god love you for having accepted the gift of your daughter in and understand and understanding the value of of her life it is so important and an idea I just tell you that your special person your daughter's a special person thank you she is a blessing thanks so much for calling attention to this really important topic my honor in my pleasure thanks for and have a great night six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine to nineteen thirty it is nine forty six let me open up the BC box office here for the second and final time tonight here we go.
"public relations staff" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"To book your room but to what day Mr TV crew good rugby is who we are we are live at Niners training camp it is been a fun day after noon before I forget thanks to the Niners media relations public relations staff for all of their help all of their all the hard work a day in Beckley much has enough whom of us and bubbling thanks to the old answers Mike Chaz rounds of that went to public yeah of all that there yeah thank you US so those guys helped us get a pretty robust list guest and we are not done to force Buckner's star last one and you'll hear from this defensive lineman for the San Francisco forty Niners that is been I I think the movie got the revelation of camp but is there for one of the talking points that defensive line is this a group of dudes van so you see the fourth book in a walk in and you go that's a S. specify absolute specimens well you know it's funny we talk about all the guys they have on the defense of why wouldn't even talk about their fourteen pick a number years ago arms that right three pick Solomon Solomon who are guys who I think but I think they can both play it's just when you get drafted in the first round you're supposed to be done about it in either of those guys have been dominant I think the ship sailed on arms that being dominant I think in play but he had a dominate guy he which is like a day that three four defense of and it wasn't a good pass rusher very good passer but he's a big guy play the run and really athletic and look like an all star in the airport I mean arm says just like she's ready this guy in the Thomas I just think was with with with I mean I know it's some issues last year will so I come back from that but I do think he's he's he's miscast as an end he just not dynamic enough you watch ends in the in the in the in the National Football League but I hate the fact that it is a national football league when I could dissident evoke those jazz I feel for saying that so the flat myself but later when I'm home alone yes yeah I'll do it tomorrow I eight II isn't it that now you won't touch may be Smith I'm not the crap idea unlike your beard of doing your Berlin up an audience phaser so he just is not easy these guys that are just dynamic on the edge whether they got moved moves they gave quick hands there are both he doesn't really have that in me strong and I think Solomon Thomas can be a guy if he can hold up on the inside if he's planned twenty thirty steps again twenty five staff but but that's kind of part of the depth they have a low you have Thomas at arms that is your dept guys now your day you're doing all right if they're your frontline guys in maybe not so much but when they're your guys you're not having to play as many snaps as like you're starting guys okay and I think that to me that is in its and they've done a breaking news here unquestionably the the strongest unit of the team it's a depressing the strong issued everybody stays healthy that's a strong issue to the team and I just that's part of my belief and I've said it for the you know the few few months now talking about the Niners that's part of my belief in the testing can do well this year and have a good year is it's all about getting to the quarterback can be and it up front and that they have yet to prove it I still question marks about the Ford because he did it one year if question marks about both the staying healthy but David I think they they think as they have to or did I just I just think they should be a really really good defense of live in if it is that a lot of things fall into place yeah I like you know it's funny but arms that he looks like a defense of and look out rusher but like we'll probably is best position was when they had him on the nose he's just getting penetration email so strong and then Thomas I think Thomas is probably your toy right is better suited inside Tom than outside but I think he's also better suited to being a pass rusher inside he's he's two seventy five is gonna get knocked around against the run he does get knocked around against the run if they could get some leads and play him in a rotation inside and now he's rushing the passer inside instead of playing the run I think you can see the best Asama Thomas because the motors there the speeds there the strength is there he just not a run defender and he's not an edge player yeah I'm gonna be a pass rusher that means have to lead and if you plan a rotation he may be really sorry so what we'll see in seeking of speaking of penetration to do so that mia Khalifa store told me that was a tremendous Segway by mail is is very it's a way for men to segue and that too well you get more if you were to get more than twelve grand for that would you I don't know okay I deserve that with that one it is or the first I don't think I deserved all the second I definitely deserved Hey only get twelve grand a meat cleaver came out and it's always funny because when I think of a meat cleaver which I don't a lot I think it was cleaver and I was at the Wiz Khalifa like senator lame for her then it would have been for him but anyway.
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"Seven all right I'm gonna go forty six okay well well you use it when you should exit a lot of guys like you did you did right however way too high only six reported shark Sydney shark bite capital very impressive not really I mean do you do you want to be a lot you probably don't but at night and eighteen year old man was bitten by a shark at new Smyrna beach on Monday afternoon while he was surfing this is the second reported shark attack in Volusia county since Saturday when the forty nine year old was bitten on the leg while boogie boarding I believe that's the guy that was boogie boarding yes it by the shark and then went to the bar to brag about it that is correct yeah for him but now an eighteen year old is on that list read the zipper told news six he was out of the water with friends on Monday afternoon went to paddle it was just like just bit me and I looked at it like more like our bunga like sick man all the way here we're talking like all about sharks learn server lingo whatever they say bodacious adopting bowed low I don't know really Rodney said he received it nineteen stitches but avoided any ligament tears so that's a good news and we do have another copy cat story from the week and I want you guys to dig deep I think what would be the worst I mean of the awful stories we've done this week yet sort of funny and kind of arrogant I know what do you think would be a terrible copy cat story from this week I know exactly what it is what is it the people on the potatoes is it really in the second alleged case of inappropriate Walmart urination a fifteen year old boy from Texas is accused of relieving himself on a store shelf over the weekend according to a new report he's from Texas all the team may face second degree felony charges after video of the event went viral on social media for the second time in a few days wal Mart's beleaguered public relations staff had to pen a strongly worded rebuke of the act this obscene conduct is outrageous and disappointing company spokesman told business insider as soon as we were notified we sanitize the area to ensure its cleanliness and safety for our high cost of wanna try our feature reviews this once before the instill lawyer feature just regency doing we have a lawyer it.
"public relations staff" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"I'm gonna go with in twenty nineteen total that there's been a lot we've talked about makes is the capital of the entire world I'm gonna go forty five forty seven all right I'm gonna go forty six okay why well you use it to when you should exit I was gonna ask you did you did right however way too high only six reported shark Sydney shark bite capital very impressive not really I mean do you do you want to be a lot you probably don't but at night an eighteen year old man was bitten by a shark at new Smyrna beach on Monday afternoon while he was surfing this is the second reported shark attack in Volusia county since Saturday when the forty nine year old was bitten on the leg while boogie boarding I believe that's the guy that was boogie boarding yes it by the shark and then went to the bar to brag about it that is correct yeah for him but now an eighteen year old is on that list read the zipper told news six he was out of the water with friends on Monday afternoon went to battle it was just like just bit me and I looked at it like more like our bunga like sick man all the way here we're talking like all about sharks learn server lingo whatever they say bodacious diving boating I don't know search sell really bra you said he received it nineteen stitches but avoided any ligament author so that's a good news and we do have another copy cat story from the week and I want you guys to dig deep I think what would be the worst I mean of the awful stories we've done this week yet sort of funny and kind of interest what do you think would be a terrible copycat story from this week I know exactly what it is what is it the people on the potatoes is it really in the second alleged case of inappropriate Walmart urination a fifteen year old boy from Texas is accused of relieving himself on a store shelf over the weekend tax according to a new report he's from Texas all the team may face second degree felony charges after video of the event went viral on social media for the second time in a few days wal Mart's beleaguered public relations staff had to pen a strongly worded rebuke of the act this obscene conduct is outrageous and disappointing company spokesman told business insider as soon as we were notified we sanitize the area to ensure its cleanliness and safety for our I must've wanna try our feature reviews this once before the instill lawyer feature just regency someone doing it.
"public relations staff" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Get the Jesse Jackson thing up on soundcloud so you can hear it download it and whatever but that'll be up shortly I can't do everything at once no I was just say goodbye came we got other stories out there we have another Walmart peer you member the woman who peed on the on the potatoes well now it's apparently a trend this is what happens when these stories go viral the second alleged case of inappropriate Walmart urination of fifteen year old boy from Texas is accused of relieving himself on a store shelf over the weekend the team may face second degree felony charges after video of the event went viral on social media so he's video in himself peeing on a shelf what is wrong with our society phone let me guess you'll never work at chick fillet for the second time in a few weeks Walmart's beleaguered public relations staff had the PAM a strongly worded rebuke of the act company spokesman told business insider this obscene conduct is outrageous and disappointing as soon as we were notified we sent a fight sanitize the area to ensure its cleanliness and safety for our customers course you know I outside of Pittsburgh a woman peed on some potatoes at a Walmart store business insider said a twenty year old woman has turned herself into authorities in that case was charged with open lewdness public drunkenness disorderly conduct and criminal mischief drunk really unbelievable and the second alleged case of inappropriate Walmart urination a recent days a teens accused the ruling was self on a store show is this going to be like the this coming to Walmart urination challenge is that we're gonna have a yeah yeah I hope for Walmart stake this does not catch on come on people you're better well I know you're not that's that's the problem they're too many sorry folks back but you know I was I ran to a listening today was a hell of a man I think he's out there listening he drove up in a he says I am more scare you but I'm a I'm big FO **** that was talking to him and he says I know you talked about you work on your boat around here so I was hoping to see and I was gonna ask ironically into Walmart to find somewhere to your I didn't know I could just go to the potatoes you know or just any store shelf no I actually wanted to get a shower curtain not a golden shower curtain but maybe that's in place the address what they're after and I guess the lace they're picking it could be worse yeah well it may probably will be worse you know don't encourage him no please press really not what I I left there and you know this is where we're a bunch the it's it's it's bomb city and I saw the cops talking with and I saw a couple of incidents ins incidence of this we're there we're there now it looks like the cops are coming around and there the I guess the given the bum's rush so I hope we're gonna see this cleaned up again folks I don't anybody to misunderstand me I am not making fun of people who were quote on quote down on their luck or homeless that's not the people were Tom any retirement bombs there's a big difference and everybody knows it well the politically correct they don't know the difference they think they're all the same just like the thing that illegal aliens and legal aliens are the same so there's no talking to those folks but I'm just telling you they are they're all over the place and apparently these folks are the cops are coming in and do I don't know whether I'm maybe it's some Riley you know last gasp effort to maybe get some votes but anyway I was reading room that would have put that store yeah there it is National Review I am going somewhere with this by the way says how not to solve the homelessness crisis this is by James P. Sutton they're by no James B. suddenness is an editorial intern at National Review and a junior a swath Moore college and here's what young James says the scale of the crisis is appalling but there's no easy remedy coming in at twelve point three billion dollars Sam's this goes latest proposed budget is larger than those of thirteen states imagine that just the budget for San Francisco is larger than thirteen states LA is similarly half day ten point seven billion both cities are placing a priority on addressing homelessness Sam Cisco plans to spend a hundred million dollars more than it did last year on homeless services bringing in family expenditure to four hundred five million LA will spend four hundred fifty million one would hope he writes the into the cities had gotten a handle on homelessness the piles of money they've thrown the problem have alleviated alleviated that although a more conservative expectation might be that growing budgets or simply signs of a loss of control nothing could be further from the truth a series of reports from the last few months show rising levels of homelessness across California cities let me just stop myself right there that's why you're spending four hundred and fifty million dollars on homeless services guess what you're gonna get more homeless folks they're gonna be flocking to LA Hey they'll put you up for free they'll give you free needles they may even give you some free heroin who knows but you do I mean if you you're making yourself a magnet anyway in June he runs LA county reported twelve percent rise in the number of people living on the streets and in their vehicles bringing that population to fifty nine thousand people living on the streets in LA the final versions of one night tallies in which volunteers fanned out in town homeless people over given night and counties around the bearer even worse Sam Cisco so I thirty percent rise of the past two years Santa Clara's levels jumped thirty one percent since left town Alameda county containing Oakland and Berkeley forty three percent growth and they still don't get why it is the specific numbers deserved to be viewed skeptically one night Calton uproariously inaccurate but you'd be hard pressed to find a resident in the cities I would say the number of people on the streets is going down it's undeniable that homelessness is increasing and so the scale the crisis he says the polling full blown quality of life public health disaster LA is experiencing an outbreak outbreak of typhus likely started a massive homeless encampments San Francisco officials handed out five point eight million free syringes last year when a day come to come to Sam Cisco they give you free needles two million of which were not collected by sanitation workers are returned to city designated sites so they're out there somewhere so August up on I'm get aids or whatever mayor London breed I guess is following them then attempted optimism pointed out that it's possible they were recycled and Walgreens I don't think that's likely the crisis is so is also moral stepping around people passed out on the sidewalk purring by panhandlers on every block it can't be good for the soul yes giving money indiscriminately often enables destructive behavior yes no one has the right the rants pastors by but walking through some neighborhoods in these cities is an exercise in hardening your heart both sides can resort to cliche on this issue progressives tend to see the problem is mostly economic advocating a housing first policy the prioritizes housing homeless people over services rehabilitation blaming gentrification for driving up housing prices that is an entirely wrong the most expensive cities in the cat in the country have some of the largest homeless populations I will give them the moment rising house prices tend to affect those living lower on the income scale says Stephenie the housing homeless expert sport to remember the population is most vulnerable to homelessness are also those most vulnerable to the churn of less regulated housing markets and so state build public housing needs to remain an option no it doesn't this guide for the National Review he's an intern you're fired in any case the housing first approach takes an all too optimistic view of how to solve the problem of homelessness many people who live on the streets are not really capable of holding down a job or maintaining a home well then that goes to your other point he's thinking well they're driving up the price of a house is all these people are becoming homeless and then he says all they can't go to keep a job or a house well then the hammer how rising prices of house has nothing to do with homelessness bogs because if you can't afford your house then you move somewhere else you take another job or you move further out and still work your job in the city as many of us do I work in Nashville in live in Williamson County is this Johnny B. we have folks I've talked to people who who drive an hour or more each way because they want to live out where it's less expensive and where there are fewer people and there's nothing wrong with that so don't hammy this garbage about although we have this the talk the other day about we can do something about the high cost of housing in national no we don't the market decides this if you can't afford a house and manage when you move out of it and then of course of enough people move out of the housing prices go down it stabilizes itself it's it's it's a natural occurrence but everybody thinks that they can solve the problem with more government intervention and that never solves the problem only makes it worse as I've told you the homeless are not homeless because they don't have a home they're homeless because they can't keep a job and I was talking to somebody about that today about what do you do about folks who can't keep a job I know of a place right now and I well I don't know I should mention what I don't know I mean they wouldn't mind my managing them but they hire people straight out of prison it's it's not a glamorous job it's manual labor but they pay good money and they hire people not everybody that works there what comes running but then in other words they don't discriminate so if you've got a record it doesn't matter they will hire you so I don't hear this excuse of well I can't find a job in United they're asking that they're looking for people all the time now some of these other jobs of course you can go in Hey I want to be a bank president but I murdered three people you think I got a chance no you don't have a chance but there are plenty of places that do manual labor that will hire people who were fresh out of prison and there isn't there's no longer any excuse at the there too many of these places around and so what we have are people that show up at like the national rescue mission there really need help and then we have the bomb show of the natural rescue mission will tell you this though they have both they have the people who are truly needy eleven they have the bomb show up and they're hoping that the bombs hit rock bottom at some point say hello to turn my life around but there's some people who just love the freedom of being able to just get up when they want to drink a quart of beer at seven o'clock in the morning like I saw the guy doing I'm going to Haiti I want to roll down the window I said I think I found your problem you're drinking a quart of beer at seven AM over use alcohol alcoholic I understand that there plenty of places you can get help for free plenty of places that'll help you for free.
"public relations staff" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Joined by two gentlemen who have won the Stanley Cup before Brian glove. What is cups with Montreal? Canadian's Dave andreychuk. Of course, the captain of your Stanley Cup champion Tampa Bay Lightning on this edition. And we've got a lot to talk about with the Stanley Cup finals going on. And of course that series tied to games of peace game. Five set for Boston tomorrow between the Boston Bruins and the Saint Louis blues, we'll be certainly breaking that down along with some of the other answer. Larry hockey news in terms of coach hirings, and what might happen here between now in the star of the season and free agency and so forth. I do want to start out guys on the show and recognize some guys a group of people who get no recognition. They are the lightning public relations staff led by Bill wicked who has been the executive vice president of the PR department for. Twenty years now and working with him. Brian breeze Mun Trevor knots at Berg and Bryant burns. They have been recognized by the NHL. They in the Calgary Flames. The flames PR group sharing the dick Dillon award, which is named after the longtime, former Minnesota North star public relations director and didn't outstanding job and really set the standard for many years in the gel, and he passed away, they name the award for him and congratulations to Bill and his department for the Tampa Bay Lightning so much great work, all behind the scenes and you might see it's kind of ironic that there's no publicity for a PR war, but that's just the way they would have. And we know them very well for helping us out a lot absolutely all the scoops that burns, he gets every pre-game skate. I'm always looking at his Twitter feed. See what the lines are and he writes, some great articles. So. They do. They do a tremendous job. I think anybody that comes into this building, especially visiting teams are visiting PR staff or or even media are treated. World class and that's all because of Bill wicket and his staff. And what they've done is, is. It's been tremendous in, you know, it's behind the scenes, as you say every article that you read every time players in the community. This is all because of that stuff when the all star weekend with that was maybe one of the best examples because it things just go up. Exponentially fast tenfold. There's so much information so many people everywhere, and there's so much to handle in so many different levels it takes, I think two weeks to try and catch up if they do. And that's midseason you know, and then you just got while the weekends over great. Well now the practice moral next game for the lightning. It's really difficult. One of the just many examples of the great job, they do so good on now. That's, that's terrific. Job is just got tougher and bigger by the year in terms of the demands, and it's not just the hockey department at sponsorship. It's the entire organization as you guys bring up, you know, all sorts of community presence, that has to go through the PR department and Bill and his crew with the Brian. And Trevor and Brian burns just doing. Outstanding job and so many people that help them and are connected the PR and, and it's been an outstanding effort throughout many years. And well deserved award is getting the NHL recognition from the NHL hockey Writers Association here, the people that really rely on them day in day out, and so congratulations to them and the timing of it here coming at the end of the season and certainly the crescendo to the season going on right now with the Stanley Cup finals the series tied to, to as the team's kind of going back and forth year on getting some wins. Bruins won two in a row to ticket to leave lead. The blues are able to bounce back as they have so many times this year. Is there momentum? Do you think that Saint Louis carries from that game? Or is this kind of the example of what Mike Babcock was saying couple years ago, and he's to Detroit coach against the lightning in saying, really there's no momentum from? One game to the next to the playoffs that was his believe. What do you think there's no momentum? Maybe on the side of the winning team but the losing team wants the rebound and both of those teams and even the final four. Those teams were able to go through some adversity in a playoff series and respond. We've seen these teams both of these teams do it in game three. I mean not a great performance by Saint Louis at all. And to come back and play the way they did. It shows the religious, you know, the way that, that team can can push things aside, you know, as Babcock maybe relates to is that you don't worry about what happened the game before you go on both of those teams have have done really good job with it. I, I don't believe momentum from one game to the next at all and game three game. Four was the perfect example, Saint Louis gets blitzed and game three they score forty seconds or whatever it was into the first period into the game in game four you forgot. All about three. It also Boston didn't have any momentum. And I believe that you hit the reset button every time, what matters is the first shift the first period that Sarah and where you are in any given game I believe heavily in momentum within games, but not from game to game, the Bruins have been such strong starters throughout the playoffs their goal differential in the first period coming into game four with twenty one to nine they'd outscored their opposition, and of course, the blue score the first minute or so the goal by O'Reilly, and then end up leading to one after one how much of that. I mean is, is we looked toward game five tomorrow night, and it's going to be in Boston and the blues already have one there. But that start how important is that going to be for Saint Louis to, to try to take their first there in Boston. I mean, they gotta get the crowd out of it goal. Early would be obviously great. Maybe a penalty killer -ly as we know they've talked about it all series long. They can. Take penalties. Number one hour. Play in, in the playoffs for the Boston Bruins they were burned got four power play goals against in game three so they learned their lesson game for they stayed out of the box, and it might not be that easy in Boston, you probably going to get some calls against you. And maybe a big penalty kill early will kind of spark them, but the start as you said, Rick is huge. And there's a lot of factors to measure when you get into that first period and the start of the game, both goalies, how do they look you know, obviously got up saves that relies on. Are they getting point blank chances from infront like are the teams like just missing assignments? Are you giving up great as from fifteen feet out? Are you giving up to on ones or outnumbered attacks? All that's important. But for me, the goalies, I always look at what kind of feel do I have six or eight minutes. If it's still zero zero six or eight minutes into the first period. You get a feel from how the goalies make the safes. And to me, that's that's important. I know the bottom line is it or not? But I think you can read a lot from that took a Rask. I've never seen him play so well for so long. He has been brilliant for me. Still the inside track for, for the concert, especially if the Bruins went he would be might pick and Bennington has obviously been brilliant to get them here. I think he's been a little bit more up and down in this finals, but he has come through, like crazy in the prior rounds as the rounds went on. So he's gonna step on the gas and be that guy. And look like he's impenetrable, you know, from for these next couple of games he could be a consummate trophy winner, as well too. So I'm going to be. I have my I on Bennington even more, I think than to harass from here on it. And you know the way that he rebounded after having, you know, getting pulled. I think that shows a lot of character. I mean, they obviously going to stick with him because he's got them there. But for a young guy, rookie guy. You know he responded and that's what you wanna see from your top players is. You know how are you going to respond to some adversity? And you know that's his worst game of the playoffs, and that's I think that was the first time that he's pulled all year long. And, you know, he sure played really well, I mean, the team played well and you're getting a goal early helps a lot. But, you know, still to one after, you know, after that first period. And the Bruins were pushing and they had a they had a good second half of that first period. And he made some good saves and kept him in that gave him confidence again. So most good goaltenders can shrug off bad games. And he did Bryant in game. Three obviously, Boston wins going away seven, too, but the important damage was done by the power play the blues come back the only allowed twenty three shots on goal David pasta, couple of other Bruins of Savoy, we gotta get more shots. How did St Louis limit? Then in game forty thing. I think they did a much better job of not letting them into the phone, and that's always a big he and penalty killing today's game. They made it more difficult for them, and more. Timely in other words, took more time for them to how many times we talked about it with the lightning over the course of the season. It's good as their power play was and in past years when you can't get in and you see the frustration of the top players, we can't get in his own play, and you know, times ticking away. So they did a better job of that. They had a really tight box. They really shrunk, their box down inside the roads on Saint Louis has I'm kinda guest that I think that you have to be more aggressive, you know in today's game but they tried everything, you know. And in Boston is just what are they thirty four percent? Thirty five forty four point nine there in the series. They are six for sixteen after going over to in game number four. Well, I will say this tight boxes, they block a lot of shots drew. And it's so hard to get shot through. I think sometimes when they were all on the same page, I think this was hopping entries for sure. Boston was, it was too easy to get in his own, but being able to pass from blue line blue line and to spread the box out. And then then we're running around now. It opened up the front of the net for some deflections and rebounds. They cleared that up by you know staying a little tighter and you know, as Craig ruby talked about that, you know, we, we, you know. Yes, we gave up for power play goals in good on them to score the goals. But it's a lot on us on how we penalty kill them. We just didn't do a very good job penalty killing. So another adjustment. Made by the same Louis Blues ended help and you have to have judgments over the court. That's what's the great thing about playoff series..
"public relations staff" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"Project for two years you're in its Bachelors Degree from Carleton University in Ottawa Ontario Masters from the University of Florida and his doctorate from the University of Maryland. Today we're going to talk about the current state and the future of Public Relations Franks. Thank you so much for being here Matthew Nice to be here. I want to start with probably a pretty basic question for you but I think it's important for us to kind of level set you know people even marketing communications professionals tend to confuse public relations and marketing and advertising. Can you start out by explaining the similarities and differences to us. Let me see if I can do this. In thirty seconds. Normally it takes about twelve weeks of a full semester class. I what public relations is is not it is more than publicity. It's more than being a spokesperson. We are strategic counselors. It's also more than liking people it's more than good interpersonal skills. Public Relations is not about liking people funeral directors like people cannibals walls like people public relations again were strategic counselors and marketing advertising public relations. It's all forms of communication and because we all do sort of the same thing integrated marketing communication. Everybody assumes that that the same thing but they are not there are some important differences a couple of them just very quickly marketing and advertising their primary focus is on one public and that's the customers the consumer public relations on the other hand. It's primary focus is on multiple apple. Public's customers employees reporters raw legislators donors lots of different publics. Another difference between advertising marketing and public relations is the objective the objective of marketing and advertising. is to make money for an organization to earn revenue to generate a profit public relations flip side of that the objective of public relations is to save money. It's to build relationships with it's important republics to prevent problems. I didn't time you there but that was a very comprehensive definition and if I were to guess early on it into have funeral directors in that definition so definitely appreciate that let's let's talk about the current state of the public relations industry. What can you tell us about that? And where are we at today. There are people who are far wiser and have more experienced than that in about the specific details of where public relations is and where it's going going but the biggest thing about public relations today is change change. Change communication is evolving before our eyes in real time. The technology is changing social trends are changing he <hes> two could quotes Rob Flaherty is the chairman of Ketchum Public Relations Agency and he said half of everything in needed now to practice public relations did not exist ten years ago Mike Fernandez another public relations nations leader said the pace of change will never be as slow as it is now so it's change change. Change is happening daily right before our very eyes. The profession is evolving. Let's dive have into that a little bit more and talk about what some of the biggest changes are in the last few years considering what dominates our new cycle now. I would guess that political communication is a big change in in how public relations is practiced we we are advocates for the company and the people that we represent under the professional association the Public Relations Society of America and all of its members take a pledge and it says and this is a quote I pledge to conduct myself professionally with truth accuracy fairness earnest and responsibility to the public again. Public Relations is about building relationships building trust with our publics. We are accurate. We are honest. We are ethical advocates for our clients. We cannot build relationships ships. We cannot build trust if we spin if we mislead or if we'd ally in political communication as you mentioned Matthew today it seems the end justifies the means we say whatever it takes to get elected. We say whatever it takes to make a point this misleading information this blatant lying is not acceptable. It's not ethical public relations practice when we Li- we kill our credibility and we kill the credibility of our our company and our clients. It's not what we want to do. It is counterproductive to effect of public relations practice. I WanNa stay on this topic of ethics for a little bit. Longer P._R.. Is often misunderstood you gave us a great definition up front but <hes> as we talked at the top of the show kind of gets a bad rap sometimes so is it possible to be successful and also be strategic in public relations and do so ethically and what are some resources <hes> that those that <hes> that Wanna learn more can can go to it is possible to be successful and strategic unethical and public relations but it is a challenge sometimes for example a public relations manager wants wants to make an ethical decision perhaps to release information that legally needs to be available but they may not have the access the influence and power within the company to make that happen if you aren't at the decision making table your ethical title behavior just won't matter you have to be part of the decision making group of it organisation if you're not no matter how ethical you are. It really won't make a difference. Another barrier to ethical decision making is fear you want to challenge. Ellen G boss. Do you want to lose your job. Are you afraid to stand up for doing what is right and some public relations managers have substantial salaries the have substantial benefits they have substantial power doing the right thing. Doing the ethical thing would quit this lifestyle at risk. It becomes easier to look the other way good news. Though the Public Relations Society of America the International Association of Business Communicators and public relations societies across the world. They are strong advocates for ethical behavior. They are advocates for what for doing what is right and standing up for the ethical solution to a situation and another good news situation is that most host public relations programs at colleges and universities across the country there has been a strong recommendation from the accrediting group that all of these public relations programs have required full semester classes ethics and this should be it should come into effect probably within the next few years so students will have a strong grounding in ethics as it applies to public relations practice. They will know what they need to do right they will they will. We know what needs to be done. What is done that if it's wrong and so this'll be a strong strong addition to defining ethical practice before students get that first job that's great news not only for the industry but also for the profession itself more often than not when a crisis occurs there? It's typically a big difference between what an attorney will suggest a company says and what the Public Relations Manager suggests that the company or organization should say I worked for many years in in public education communications and I would spend hours crafting a what I thought was a fantastic two to three paragraph statement only to see it reduced by attorney down to forty words. What's your advice vice for P._R.? Professionals when they find themselves in these situations the difference is the court of law versus the Court of Public Opinion Attorneys and the law will tell you what you must say in a given situation. Perhaps a crisis a public relations manager will tell you what you should say not what you must say. If you talk to an attorney they will tell you to say as little as possible so you can protect yourself in a court of law and that's pretty good advice a public relations manager on the other other hand they will tell you to say as much as possible to protect your reputation in the court of public opinion. That's good advice to here's where the conflict comes in. These are often exact opposite strategies. The attorneys saying things are saying no comment. The public relations manager saying talk explained. Tell people what happened. Both of these strategies are valid. The chief executive officer is listening to both of these different strategies and has to come to a decision about what to do. Do you want to protect yourself in a court of law which will take months and years to resolve and could involve hefty substantial fines in the tens and hundreds of millions of dollars on the other hand in the the court of public opinion. A chief communication officer is saying we have to explain ourselves if we do not our reputation will be ruined and we won't have we won't have to worry about paying any fines or facing any legislative penalties down on the road again months and years down the road in a crisis for example reputations can be ruined in minutes stories posted a goes viral and so organizations need to respond quickly and you have to respond to the Court of public opinion looking at the balance between the court of law the good news in many organizations where you had this barrier between public relations and the Legal Office today attorneys and public relations they are now partners. They are working together. To find a balance in terms of statements to release attorneys they now recognize the importance of communication they recognize the importance of saving an organization's reputation chief communications officers in public relations staff now they they are more legally literate and they understand the issues that restrict or require the release of information so that balances coming together and where there was a very strong difference between legal and communication now. Everybody's in more cases not working more closely together to find that balance of communication great insight great conversation. I appreciate how you're answering or finishing every question with the good news about public liberation so we really appreciate that you know I'm going to we're going to take a quick break now. When we return? We're going to talk more with Dr Frank. Mara about the profession skills a P._R.. Pro needs to succeed and also the importance in this industry of business literacy literacy. We'll be right back.
"public relations staff" Discussed on Le Show
"Apology marks the latest in a series of broadcasters making the same mistake your sameness pronunciation of king's name, sparking debates over whether they reveal racism, what would just civil mistakes. Representative Peter Welch democratic Vermont apologized for claiming in a tweet that it is never been legal in the US quote to make people work for free unquote, before the current government shutdown some pointed out that Welsh was overlooking. The United States history of slavery. He then offered his sincere. Apologies in follow up. Tweet and said there's been nothing worse than the history. Our company our country slavery sincere. Apologies. Nothing worse than the brutal inhumanity of the horrible, relentless and savage infliction of involuntary servitude. Slavery on people whose freedom was denied nothing. He tweeted. He was in his original tweet promoting a Bill that would make it a legal to require federal employees to work without pay during government shutdown, but that's all over now. Film producer Jack Morris apologized for joking about Maga kids going screaming hats, I into the wood Chipper, the tweet was accompanied by Connick image from Fargo in which a dead person's blood flies from wood Chipper, just run one reason I've never seen that movie. It was something. I did not give any thought to. He said it was just a fast profoundly stupid tweet with throw my phone into the ocean before doing that again. He has directed films produced films, and they twilight franchise he quickly tweeted, the lead and apologized, but Sarah Palin and other critics slammed him on social media. Good to know Sarah Palin, still around the Florida state football team apologized for Photoshop graphic showing Martin Luther King junior doing their signature Tomahawk chop. Seminoles tweeted, the image from the team's recruiting count writing happy MLK day than the account later apologized saying the post was a will intention to effort to recognize the civil rights leader. Never never enough. Martin Luther King junior day apologies. The university of Oklahoma students involved in a racist. Video showing one of them in black face have both issued public apologies in letters jointly and provided by the university's public relations staff Francis Ford and Olivia urban both sophomores at the time the video apologized for it. And for any harm. They have caused. It was sophomoric. What do you want? Urban war black face and using and used a racial slur. President of the university said both students would not be returning to campus in his press conference on the night of January eighteenth made the most regrettable decision of my life urban writes in her apology, I went against my common knowledge and disrespected a community. I love I'm deeply sorry to individuals families and communities that I hurt my heart hurts to see the traumatic impact by words and actions of had on those who've been hurt on my behalf. Wow. She really Asari this in not Nissan. Has issued a groveling apology after getting accused of whitewashing the tennis player in I only Asaka in an ad campaign. The sin is a Japanese instant noodle maker began sponsoring the tennis player couple years ago. The athlete has since gone to become one of the best players women's tennis Nissen launched its hungry to win campaign. But. There were no women to speak of in the commercial said one newspaper writer, instead, I find a whitewashed presentation of of Sokha, everything distinguishes Asaka from your typical Japanese and the McCarrick any mania character was gone. And what was left your typical Japanese anime character? Interpal drive and has pulled the video from you to out. That's gotta hurt. The apologies of the week later gentleman. It's got to feature this broadcast. Gentlemen, that's going to put the lid, screw it. Right back on this week's edition show, keeping it fresh till next week. Not this week's addition, the concept the thing. When on radio would be back at the same time. And on these same stations fingers crossed and on your other audio devices choice. Hello, Alexa, turn on the show. Whenever you want to talk to talk to inanimate object in your home..
"public relations staff" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly
"The park MGM now, and it's all the Asia. Well, I know where we're going. Oh my God. Rahman? Yeah. Let's do it. Orig- mission lips do. You're going on Thursday night. So I can't be part of that. Derek after five o'clock appointment, we had a mixture with public relations staff from different companies some of them were from independent agencies. Well, others came direct from manufacturers. Other groupies repressed from outlets like mobile nations are born at work you'll hear an ETA and company in a couple of minutes as it would turn out. This would be the earliest night. Most of our team would poll we've treated away from the bar at around nine and headed into a very unusually raining sin city for dinner. Thank you for Vegas. So cool. Tomorrow thirteen. Out as they technically. I am from where he's from the senior. Yeah. Or less. Longitudes and whatnot. With the. Actual country Ecuador. Exactly, how do you guys feel feel about the drinks tonight? Glenfiddich? Oh, good. Good. Eleven banana bread beer. Yeah. It's an yeah. Very bonani. As he could probably tell. Banana right here. Oh, yeah. Good. Otherwise, you know, you get a little coffee style. And then I started off with the whisky sour which hit the spot. So. Yeah. No. I'm not laughing on the back that we're not doing. Thing is this. I feel like it's like eleven this podcast supposed to have another podcast about the Joe Rogan podcast. I I can't stop listening to this guy. Really? Mix. No sense. Are we capturing of out there? We go. You're welcome. Just move out. I. Great. So that's the TCL briefing monta. Over and done with. And now, we're headed into the rain gosh. He is so live you Tf. Welcome to train. Miserable. I got stuck in their Airbnb last year. I had nine it drained the desert frenzy for the first time in years, and then electrical gate that was the only way in and out got stop. Yeah. Those like he didn't have a briefing lethal is we cannot leave here. We do. He is what Josh Josh. We need a row with. Very little after the smell forget, we need some aroma for for that. Yeah. I'll get some more of an. Thing that I'm a big I used to be big papers very seldom these days, but make it says one of those places then it kind of indulge a little. Yeah. And then well, I mean you can in live. You can always Bruce THC t. Yes. Right. T h. Exactly. Someone watches my contact. Gesture regard that cutting out Brown to fix. Yes. I do. Oh, okay. That's good. That's good. Not too many Josh rivers at their against. If you're not familiar with the Vegas area. The strip is where all the biggest scene owes at hotels are as well as the showcase Hollis for C E S that's about fifteen minutes south of the actual downtown area. And if you blocks east of interstate fifteen we were crossing west of the highway to the spring mountain area, very spread out Chinatown filled with strip malls full of issue businesses. From Vietnamese supermarkets to Korean barbecue joints between all of that. We were headed for monta Rahman house with some quality eight dollar, boy, we're technically in the Chinatown of Vegas, which is awesome. Because I always every time I come and see advocate for eating like Vegas. Don't each trip food. There's a lot of good don't get me wrong. But you're going west of I fifteen here you're going to spring valley spring that. Well, I mean, there's a little bit run over. But. Yeah. Yeah. And it's it's awesome. Like I've been in this plaza couple of times before for cream barbecue and desserts and whatnot. But this is the Rahman spot. I've never been here. So this is a month. Okay. And what is there kind of special is it pie tan Looks books? like. The noodles very good bite to. So I mean, I'm looking forward to it. Rahman spot. It's literally little house exactly exactly chill seven dollars five cents goal which stupid cheesy as cheapie Neil Austin and improperly even Houston. All of what? Good noodles. Surgery brand with Zoodles draw. You can add before I'd miss aside from its. What is your skepticism here? Oh, my skepticism. His meat. And. Look, my diet consists of meet me in me that looks pretty nice your head, fasters example. Okay. I'm a carnival. Since gusty. Faith. Mavis? Man. That's the end of the fog cash. You'll find that for the long days of taking inspects details. Background information shooting pictures and video negotiating with public relations..
We've changed, Uber says, in court battle to keep London license
"President trump made his anti illegal immigration stance a centerpiece of his presidential campaign he's pushed for strict policies since taking office on the tech front netflix ceo reed hastings says he fired the company's top spokesperson over the use of the n word and the spokesperson at jonathan freedland confirmed on twitter he was leaving the company saying it was insensitive for him to speak that way in a memo to employees published by variety and the hollywood reporter hastings said freedland use the word twice i in a meeting of public relations staff several months ago about sensitive words hastings wrote that several people told freedland how inappropriate and hurtful his use of the word was hastings had friedland who is white later repeated the word with human resources staff trying to address the original incident hastings wrote that the second incident quote confirmed that deep lack of understanding and uber is beginning its court case to remain main on the streets of london arguing the ride hailing app has made significant changes since a regulator refused to renew the companies operating license last year lawyers for the company are opening their case at westminster magistrate's court in an effort to overturn the transport for london's ruling last september that uber was not fit and proper company after repeated lapses in corporate responsibility the regulator raised a number of concerns including uber's driver vetting the way it reports serious criminal offenses and the use of technology that allegedly helps the company evade law enforcement officials uber has been allowed to continue operating pending its appeal and these prime court has ruled police need a warrant to look at records that reveal where cellphone users have been that five four decision marks a big change in how police may obtain information that phone companies collect from cell phone towers aclu attorney nathan wessler told the associated press it is a big victory for the fourth amendment landmark ruling in defensive americans privacy rights in the digital age the court strongly rejected the government's argument that just by using modern technologies in just by our sensitive data being held by the companies we interact with rather than our own devices or in around homes we give up our privacy rights well this ruling most directly makes clear that when the government in investigations of people wants to see where they've been in the past by looking at their cell phone location data they have to get a warrant based on probable cause chief justice john roberts joined the courts for liberals and said cellphone location as an expected people expect there's a legitimate expectation of privacy over where you go take us with you wherever you go download the talk stream live free mobile app reach out to me.
ISIS gives Iraq 3 days to release their women or they will execute prisoners
"By the ad council isis is making demands in iraq the terror group has released a hostage video and says the six men in it will be murdered if all sunni women prisoners aren't released from iraqi jails the government's been given a three day deadline the men in the video identify themselves as police officers and militiamen the us military says one hundred coffins have arrived at the demilitarized zone separating north and south korea in preparation for the return of the remains of us soldiers who have been missing since the korean war this as the north and south plan to reunite families separated by the war thousands of families were divided when the korean war ended in nineteen fiftythree in some cases splitting husbands wives and parents and children around twenty reunions held since nineteen hundred five fox's simon owen mom always says eat your vegetables but some of them are better left untouched case of an intestinal sickness known as cyclosporine assists in illinois indiana iowa michigan minnesota and wisconsin are now being linked to parasites found in prepared vegetable trays produced by del monte those trays come either as six ounce twelve ounce or twenty eight ounce versions sold in clear plastic clam shell style packaging fox's eban brown the trays in question contained broccoli cauliflower and carrots there's a job vacancy at net flicks the company's top spokesman has been fired over his use of the n word ceo reed hastings confirmed in a memo to employees is published by variety and the hollywood reporter that said jonathan freedland use the word twice once in a meeting with public relations staff about sensitive words the second time he said it was when talking to human resources fox's aiming dignam freedland says he was insensitive in speaking to his team about words that offend in comedy ham sale fox news radio here's the latest weather from the talk of connecticut mostly cloudy with a chance of showers tonight lows in the upper fifties cloudy with afternoon showers likely saturday highs in the low seventies sunday final day.