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"rachel rachel bachman" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"rachel rachel bachman" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Generate gate, revenues that equals or exceeds the men is important to their equal pay lawsuit. It's a story by Rachel bockman at the Wall Street Journal who's with us today from France covering the US women at the World Cup, Rachel set this up. US soccer, the US lockup automation, made in response to the pay equity lawsuits that US team was, hey, the reason why one reason why then than women's players are paid differently is because they have different revenue streams. I looked at the fight nations over the gutter Asians own records and discovered that over the last three years in total, the women have actually had more revenue from their games, mainly ticket revenue than the men's team, which is surprising. Of course. The women won the World Cup and twenty fifteen in that provided a boost and really vaulted them into parody with the men in recent years. So important to remember this is only one revenue stream. But the other I've made streams are a really not broken out by men and women. So it's very difficult to tell which team generates what and which team generates. Other amounts. So is that why it's not so simple as the women being able to come forward and say, listen, we, we pulled in more money from ticket revenue pass the same released. We win the men don't do anything, right? It's still complicated on date. Receipts are only one measure of revenue on US. Soccer also sells broadcast rights, the US men's and women's games, but also sponsorships to companies like, Nike and Budweiser. But it sounds those in bundles. And so when Mickey for instance is sponsoring. Yeah. Soccer, it's not sponsoring just the men or the women sponsoring the whole federation, you know, Nike might decide to use women more often than its ads for instance, they in a one Cup here and that we pick just maybe the women carry more value, you know, men qualified for the twenty eighteen World Cup. Maybe Nike would've been more interested in using the men players in their advertisements. So, so it does get fairly complicated for speaking with Rachel Bachman Wall Street Journal, sportswriter, she's with us from France. She's covering the World Cup. Her piece is called US women's soccer games out earned men's games. I know for your story US soccer declined to comment, but what could your number crunching here? Mean for that equal pay lawsuit that the women's national team has filed. Certainly. They would argue, hey we've, we've improved dramatically the menus to out earn us at the gate significantly. We really caught up. He's Rachel Rachel Bachman Wall Street Journal reporter with us today from France. Thirty minutes after the hour on This Morning, America's first news..

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"rachel rachel bachman" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"rachel rachel bachman" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Thanks for joining us in the three years after the US women's soccer team won the World Cup women's games, generated more total revenue than US men's games, according to audited, financial reports from the US soccer federation, the ability of the women's team to generate gate, revenues that equals or exceeds the men is important to their equal pay lawsuit. It's a story by Rachel bockman at the Wall Street Journal who's with us today from France covering the US women at the World Cup, Rachel set this up. All are in US soccer, the US mission made in response to the pay equity lawsuits that the US team out was, hey, the reason why one reason why then women's player I paid differently is because they have different revenue streams. I looked at the fire punishing own the federation's own records and discovered that over the last three years in total, the women have actually had more revenue from their games. Mainly pick it revenue than the men's team, which is a little bit surprising. Of course. The women won the World Cup and twenty fifteen in that provider shared foods, and really vaulted them into parody with the men in recent years. So it's important to remember this is only one revenue stream, but the other streams are really not broken out by men and women. So it's very difficult to tell which team generates what and which team generates. Other amounts. So is that why it's not so simple as the women being able to come forward and say, listen, we, we pulled in more money from ticket revenue pass the same released. We win the men don't do anything, right? It it still complicated date. Receipts are only one measure of revenue on US. Soccer also sells broadcast rights, the US men's and women's games, but also sponsorships to companies like, Nike and Budweiser. But it sounds those in bundles. And so when Mickey, for instance, is sponsoring soccer it's not sponsoring just the men or the women sponsoring the whole federation, you know, Nike might decide to use women more often than its ads for instance, they in a one Cup here and that we could just maybe the women carry more value, hyper men qualified for the twenty eighteen World Cup. Maybe Nike would've been more interested in using the men players in their advertisements. So who does get fairly complicated for speaking with Rachel Bachman Wall Street Journal, sportswriter, she's with us from France. She. She's covering the World Cup. Her piece is called US women's soccer games out earned men's games. I know for your story US soccer declined to comment, but what could your number crunching here? Mean for that equal pay lawsuit that the women's national team has filed. Well, I think certainly they would argue, hey, we've, we've improved dramatically the menus to out earn us at the gate significantly. You know, we really caught up. He's Rachel Rachel Bachman Wall Street Journal reporter with us today from France. Thirty minutes after the hour on This Morning, America's first news. T A R news presents silent witness where pays to fight crime. Here's Jamie, west fifty two year old Philip Powell lived in an apartment on thirty six street south.

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"rachel rachel bachman" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"rachel rachel bachman" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Thanks for joining us in the three years after the US women's soccer team won the World Cup women's games, generated more total revenue than US men's games, according to audited, financial reports from the US soccer federation, the ability of the women's team to generate gate, revenues that equals or exceeds the men is important to their equal pay lawsuit. It's a story by Rachel bockman at the Wall Street Journal who's with us today from France covering the US women at the World Cup, Rachel set this up. One of the arguments that US soccer US occupation made in response to the pay equity lawsuits that the US was, hey, the reason why one reason why then than women played paid differently is because they have different revenue streams. I looked at the nation's own the gutter own records and discovered that over the last three years and total, the women have actually had more revenue from their games. Mainly pick it revenue than the men's team, which is a little bit surprising. Of course, the women one or Cup in twenty fifteen in that provided shared food and really bothered them into pretty parody. With the men in recent years, support remember, this is only one revenue stream, but the other streams are a really not broken out by men and women. So it's very difficult to tell which team generates what and which team generates. Other amounts. So is that why it's not so simple as the women being able to come forward and say, listen, we pulled in more money from ticket revenue pass the same released. We win the men don't do anything, right? It's still complicated gate. Receipts are only one measure of revenue on US. Soccer also sells broadcast rights, the US men's women games of also sponsorships to companies like Nike and Budweiser, but some of those in bundles, and so when Mickey is watching soccer, it's not sponsoring just or the women sponsoring the whole federation Nike might decide to use women more often in its ads for instance, they in a one copier, and that we could just maybe the women carry more value. You know the men qualified for the twenty eighteen World Cup. Maybe Nike would've been more interested in using the men players in their advertisement. So who does get fairly complicated? Speaking with Rachel Bachman Wall Street Journal, sportswriter, she's with us from France. She. She's covering the World Cup. Her piece is called US women's soccer games out earned men's games. I know for your story US soccer declined to comment, but what could your number crunching here? Mean for that equal pay lawsuit that the women's national team has filed. Well, I mean, I think certainly they would argue, hey, we've, we've improved dramatically. The men used to out earn at the gate, significantly. You know, we really caught up Rachel, Rachel Bachman Wall Street Journal reporter with us today from France. Thirty minutes after the hour on This Morning, America's first news. The apartment or not realm of cyberspace where you can find a new place.

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"rachel rachel bachman" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"rachel rachel bachman" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Ability of the women's team to generate gate, revenues that equals or exceeds the men is important to their equal pay lawsuit. It's a story by Rachel bockman at the Wall Street Journal who's with us today from France covering the US women at the World Cup, Rachel set this up. Made in response to the pay equity lawsuits. That was, hey, the reason why reason why then than women's players are paid differently because they have different revenue streams. I looked at the nation. The records and discovered that over the last three years and total, the women have actually more revenue from their games. Mainly pick it revenue team, which is surprising. Of course, the women one or two thousand fifteen in that provided and really vaulted them into pretty parody with the men in recent years. So this is only one revenue stream, but the other streams are a really not broken out by men and women. So it's very difficult to tell which team generates what and which team generates other amounts. So is that why it's not so simple as the women being able to come forward and say, listen, we pulled in more money from ticket revenue pass the same released. We win the men don't do anything, right? It's still complicated gate. Receipts are only one measure of revenue US soccer also sells broad. Cast writes the US men's women games. Ships to companies like Nike and Budweiser. But it sounds those in bundles. And so when Mickey is plotting soccer, it's not sponsoring just men or the women. Sponsoring the whole federation Nike might decide to use women more often in its ads, for instance here and now we just maybe the women carry more value, you know qualified for the twenty maybe. Maybe in more interested in using the players in their advertisement. So who does get fairly complicated speaking with Rachel Bachman Wall Street Journal, sportswriter, she's with us from France. She's covering the World Cup. Her piece is called US women's soccer games out earned men's games. I know for your story US soccer declined to comment, but what could your number crunching here? Mean for that equal pay lawsuit that the women's national team has filed. Certainly would argue. Hey, we've, we've improved dramatically the menus to out earn a gate significantly. You know, we really caught up Rachel, Rachel Bachman Wall Street Journal reporter with us today from France. Thirty minutes.

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"rachel rachel bachman" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"rachel rachel bachman" Discussed on KTOK

"Thanks for joining us in the three years of the US women's soccer team won the World Cup women's games, generated more total revenue than US men's games, according to audited, financial reports from the US soccer federation, the ability of the women's team to generate gate, revenues that equals or exceeds the men is important to their equal pay lawsuit. It's a story by Rachel bockman at the Wall Street Journal who's with us today from France covering the US women at the World Cup, Rachel set this up. All that US soccer, the US mission made in response to the pay equity lawsuits that the US was, hey, the reason why one reason why then women's players are paid differently is because they have different revenue streams. I looked at the nation's own the federation's own records and discovered that over the last three years in total, the women have actually had more revenue from their games. Mainly pick it revenue than the men's team, which is a little bit. Surprising women one or Cup and twenty fifteen in that provided shared boost and really vaulted them into pretty parody with cement, and in recent years. So it's important to remember this is only one revenue stream, but the other streams are really not broken out by men and women. So it's very difficult to tell which team generates what and which team generates. Other amounts. So is that why it's not so simple as the women being able to come forward and say, listen, we, we pulled in more money from ticket revenue pass the same release. We win the men don't do anything, right? It's still complicated date. Receipts are only one measure of revenue US soccer also sells broadcast rights, the US men's and women's games of, but also sponsorships to companies like Nike and Budweiser, but it some of those in bundles. And so when Mickey, for instance, is sponsoring soccer it's not sponsoring just men or the women sponsoring the whole federation, you know, Nike mate, decided to use women more often than its ads for instance, they in a one Cup here and that was just maybe the women carry more value. You know the men qualified for the twenty eighteen World Cup. Maybe Nike would've been more interested in, in using the men players in their advertisements. So who does get fairly complicated? Speaking with Rachel Bachman Wall Street Journal, sportswriter, she's with us from France. She. She's covering the World Cup. Her piece is called US women's soccer games out earned men's games. I know for your story US soccer declined to comment, but what could your number crunching here? Mean for that equal pay lawsuit that the women's national team has filed. Well, I think certainly they would argue, hey, we've, we've improved dramatically the men to out earn us at the gate significantly. You know, we really caught up Rachel, Rachel Bachman Wall Street Journal reporter with us today from France. Thirty.

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"rachel rachel bachman" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"rachel rachel bachman" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Ability of the women's team to generate gate, revenues that equals or exceeds the men is important to their equal pay lawsuit. It's a story by Rachel bockman at the Wall Street Journal, who's with us today from France covering the US women at the World Cup, Rachel set this up all the arguments that US soccer the US occupation made in response to the pay equity lawsuits that the US team file was, hey, the reason why one reason why then women's players are paid differently is because they have different revenue streams. I looked at the nation's own the gutter Asians own records and discovered that over the last three years in total. The women have actually. Needed more revenue from their games. Mainly pick it revenue than the men's team, which is a little bit surprising. Of course. The women one or Cup in two thousand fifteen in that provided shared boost and really bothered them into pretty close. Parody with the men. It'd be in recent years. So it's important to remember this is only one revenue stream, but the other streams are really not broken out by men and women. So it's very difficult to tell which team generates what and which team generates, you know, other amounts. So is that why it's not so simple as the women being able to come forward and say, listen, we pulled in more money from ticket revenue pass the same released. We win the men don't do anything, right? It it still complicated gate receipts are only one measure of revenue on US. Soccer also sells broadcast rights that US men's women's games of it. Also sponsorships to companies like Nike and Budweiser. But some of those in bundles. And so when Mickey is sponsoring soccer. It's not flattering just the men or the women is sponsoring the whole generation Nike might decide to use women more often in its ads for instance, they in a one copier, and that would suggest maybe the women carry more value. You know, the men qualified for the twenty thousand World Cup. Maybe Nike would've been more interested in using the men players in their advertisement. So who does get fairly complicated for speaking with Rachel Bachman Wall Street Journal, sportswriter, she's with us from France. She's covering the World Cup. Her piece is called US women's soccer games out earned men's games. I know for your story US soccer declined to comment. But what could your number crunching here? Mean for that equal pay lawsuit that the women's national team has filed. Well, I think certainly they would argue, hey, we've, we've improved dramatically the menus to out earn us at the gate significantly. You know, we really caught up. He's Rachel Rachel Bachman Wall Street Journal reporter with us today.

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