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"randall stevenson" Discussed on Upgrade
"The CBS shows are available for me, add free, no commercials by paying for this. And and there's something it's actually it's not bad like the combination of all the network shows the w- when I wanna watch them and all their originals in one package. I look at CBS all axis, which is very narrow. And I think this is a model like this is what Disney should take all of ABC and put it on Hulu NBC, universal should take all of NBC and put it on their new streaming service. That's like that's how you should do it. It actually makes a lot of sense. I think it really strengthens the service by basically saying we have a TV network, but you're streaming. So you're obviously not watching it. So you get these shows. Here. Instead like, I don't see the problem with that. So I have a hard time seeing them in the long run staying, but they're talking it's and one immediate will be showing their streaming service this full CO. Randall Stevenson has said that they will be giving a detailed look at the platform and his content any of September or October. They on the line that hates be oh will be at the center of the platform. And this is a quote, the dizzy announcement gave us nothing, but more optimism about what we'll be able to bring to market that considering the quotes that surround all of this does not sound snarky as you could imagine it sounding actually was more of like a Disney have a really good offering kind of thing. And it looks like something exciting. And we think we can do it too. Not so much of like us Sola. They did you wanna see it was? I think it was more rightly so that won't a media should be encouraged by Disney, and I think that wanna media really feel. Like, they have something to offer, and it's not necessarily what people think of them as having right? Like, I think we've Disney people much more aware of what Disney owns and they all wanted media. You know, like, I think the people just think of HBO is hatred go and like game of thrones is owned by the company, but it turns out it's also out by the wizard company too. So, you know, I think putting HBO at the center of the platform is smart thing. I think that that was the that's we'll see exactly what they mean by that. But like using HBO and kind of inflating it and saying, you know, HBO is going to be the start of this. And maybe it's not all of it. But it's it's the core, and it's going to do more content. If you like the Disney presentation, whether their brand tiles of like, Disney marvel and all that like wore media doing something like that where they an HBO stream. And they've got a DC superhero stream and they've got some other. You know, Harry Potter stream or whatever it is. However, they want to put that together. You got to take advantage of your brands and your intellectual property and the most powerful part. Of the Warner media kind of content development world is HBO HBO is at the center of it. So they are leaning into that. Which is interesting. Of course, a lot of people have left HBO because it's not going to be the old HBO. It's going to be this new kind of higher volume content HBO, but it's still the center of their strategy, and it should be..
"randall stevenson" Discussed on This Week In Google
"Block charge more for faster delivery websites to any customer in the state. Of course, remember the FCC said we don't want states to make their own rules. So there could be legal challenges. But I admire them for doing that. I mean, it's I think it's still worthwhile that they that they're even trying to do it. Lots of places, and then this one Randall's Randall Stevenson, the CEO of AT and T. Said AT and T is committed. They bought big full page ads in a bunch of newspapers. Saying they want net neutrality AT and T is committed to an open internet. We don't block websites. We don't censor online. Ten. We don't throttle discriminator grade network based on content. They were rating. Well, and they also want Facebook in Koogle their arch nemesis isses name aside. I don't know. Be nemeses. To be subject to regulations as well. Trying to this is their own way. I'll go for that. But it's it's it's a different they need to be regulated in a different way. I'm not gonna argue that we should not do some form of regulation over lake maybe data monopolies, I actually had a guest on my podcast talking about what an anticompetitive regime for the twenty first century looks like, and it was really interesting. I haven't I when you read that it's eighteen you have you scratch your head and go. Okay. What are they up to because they've never been really want? There's they want their definition of net neutrality. So their definition includes allows them to do things like zero rating, which I think should not be allowed. They they they want congress to pass in which by the way, I think the congressional solution is the right solution. If you get if you can get congressional agreement, and we're one vote away in the Senate. But that doesn't mean it's getting close to that house. Co congressional action rights AT and T is. Needed to stab an internet Bill of rights that applies to all internet companies by which they mean us and the information services and guarantees neutrality transparency. Openness non-discrimination privacy protection for.
China's June exports jump, surplus with US at record high
"Your day let's get a check of the top headlines with daybreak editor richard macauley who is live for us from hong kong richard let's kick it off then with the fed chair jerome powell guggenheim a saint louis fed economist all offering warnings when it comes to the trade story and how it may impact growth going forward good morning yeah that's right so say powell was speaking on marketplace us radio show and he's offered some comments as you say tie in with a few different warnings that came overnight he said that what the central bank was hearing is that sorry it was hearing a rising level of concern about what the trade war could do to the economy of rule he said he sleeps pretty well on the economic given jobs in inflation but he said that he could envisage a situation in which inflation accelerates while the economy weakens this is due to the the effects of the trade war now one economist from this louis fed also warned of job cuts some factory closes if the trade war escalates guggenheim's scott menard he he called the effects of a trade war devastating to put it bluntly one sort of bit of a silver lining though jay powell did also mention that trump's stated goal if this trade is to force or to encourage other countries to lower their tariffs now if that happens of course j paul said that would be good for the us economy but of course in the short term right now looking at quite a few big warning sort of signals it's it's not hurting asian stocks were looking at asian index finishing up the first week in five a why is that richard well right now it's interesting to watch i mean maybe it's not sort of kicking in just yet one thing that we're looking at right now is the china exports china it's total export growth we go this states this morning total export growth actually fell to three point one percent in june from rally at that's lower than estimates had expected imports also fell this estimates by a long shot too but the most interesting number at the moment is the growth in exports to the us now a high number that could settle trade hawks in washington later but right now we saw us exports also chinese exports to the us in june hit a record now in dollar terms the value of those goods was almost twenty nine billion dollars now that of course looks like some pretty good trade on i'm sure it's going to help the the stock market today is so you can see no major effect from from that main sort of route of international trade so far yeah pretty good trade figures i'm kind of wondering whether or not it's going to go down like a lead balloon though over in washington dc led zeppelin led zeppelin that's true we all all about the blimps today aren't we let's talk one more story richard at and t the us dust is department planning to appeal that's at and t time warner merger approval talk us through the details here briefly we feel at and t had been cleared for a motor that was off to the government failed to convince the judge that the merger was about idea now the justice department as you say appealing that judge's decision the department's antitrust division filed just a onesentence notice of appeal at and t says declined about upset after trading but see at and t c randall stevenson he said that he this was expected and that he would take this the fight to merge all the way to this cream court if necessary so plenty more coming up all right richard thanks very much richard macauley there from bloomberg daybreak daybreak is out on customer terminals bringing you all the news you need to start your day let's get some more headlines now from around the world as blue bag cock good morning markus nineteen people have been killed and at least twelve injured in a factory explosion that struck china's sichuan province statement quoted by royces the thirties and john coombs county say the blast happened at a chemical plant run by you've been hanging hanged the and technology before midnight local time us president donald trump's campaign chairman paul manafort's lost his bid to get out of jail while appealing a judge's order to put in their bloomberg's nathan hager has the details a three judge federal panel denied the.
"randall stevenson" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Live from npr news in washington i'm windsor johnston president trump says he's fulfilled his longstanding promise to lower the cost of prescription drugs speaking at the white house today trump on veiled his plan to help americans pay for their medications also increasing competition and reducing regulatory burdens so drugs can be gotten to the market quicker and cheaper we're very much eliminating the middleman the middlemen became very very rich she did not mention allowing medicare to negotiate directly with drugmakers trump has repeatedly blasted pharmaceutical companies for the high cost of drugs but today's remarks were the first to address policy the head of at and t says it was a big mistake to hire president trump's personal attorney michael cohen as a political consultant npr's peter overby reports at and t ceo randall stevenson also announced the retirement of the company's top man in washington michael cohen was trump's lawyer and fix her he's now under federal investigation after trump was elected at and t and some other companies hired cohen at and t paid him six hundred thousand dollars cohen was soliciting business as a trump insider who could help companies make connections in the new administration that kind of socalled strategic advice isn't covered by the laws on lobbying stevenson told at and t employees in a memo that hiring cohen was a serious misjudgement he said a top priority now is to make sure at and t hires consultants with high standards and who quote we would be proud to have a societas with at and t the company's chief counsel is taking charge of the washington office peter overby npr news washington international health officials say they're concerned about a white house decision to eliminate the office of global health security npr's jason bobi reports.
"randall stevenson" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money
"Very good didn't care held i was nice to see that i say emerging markets fail of the two hundred i started trimming some of that on friday you can see these trains the trade back and then they fade it enough said hampton here as you can see this is at and t randall stevenson leaving the federal court house here in washington dc seven weeks after it began the time warner doj antitrust trial has concluded it's now in the hands of judge who will decide the case and at the end of closing arguments we were told that we'd have a decision on or about june twelfth in the end the closing arguments came down to kind of where the case began the government essentially saying that if this merger goes through the whole competitive landscape of the video tv industry with change substantially with emerge at and t time warner having much more leverage in the future in terms of negotiations with its competitors over content and distribution at and t pushing back saying no exactly the opposite would happen it's a changing world and competition is the byword especially from the socalled fangs so as you can see it's been a busy day here the two ceo's not wanting to say anything with the case at a really critical juncture right now and as we said seven weeks from when we began the trial now is in the hands of trial judge richard leone who will decide this case one way or the other back to you thank you very much hampton pearson outside the courthouse where the closing arguments have concluded in the time warner antitrust trial it was an interesting development today when the doj came out in their closing arguments and said if the dale is not jetted we could seek structural remedies it almost it almost felt like they were saying if we lose we're willing to go the second of step down from what we were asked we're to still go after you said the opposite actually that if actually if we blocked this why don't you seek structural remedies which is a way of saying hey you know there's other ways to get this deal done which is not what they said all right coming out seeking a deal down or tmobil sprint getting crush as they announced the twenty.
"randall stevenson" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"And sernior and they have fifty percent of the medical records management business now needless to say the first thing that comes to mind is privacy and could somebody hackett change it uh do things of that nature so they're going to have to ecorse answer those concerns apple wants to break into this three point two trail in dollar healthcare market and of course they have with some of the things that they've already done apple won't receive any healthcare record data they will use it and at it they will allow people added to their telephones and other words so it won't be that they would be starring this data collecting this data users will be able to back up their health records to i cloud in again we know of concerns about that however gin i have known people including some relatives that ended up with you know five inch thick uh health record files including uh you know scans and what have you so they they could have something here could just be as simple as a you go in and you want to have your prescriptions and the current doses and things of that nature so we'll see where they go with this but uh so far that whole thing it of health care and health care on i watches in all of that has not had near the adoption rate that they thought it would have but this might change that chief of at t has called for new rules for carriers they of course are a major major major player and we've had the big debate about you know net neutrality and the repeal net neutrality and in an open letter to congress chief executive at t randall stevenson said that he'd like to see an internet bill of rights that applies to all internet companies and guarantees neutrality transparency openness nondiscrimination privacy protection for all users uh one level they suggested it would accept so you might have some aspects of net neutrality without some of the other pieces that were stifling innovation and causing a lot of uncertainty mr stevenson said the current state of confusion over internet rules of the road after many conflicting years of decisions by the federal government in federal courts has left the industry in a state of uncertainty in terms of making certain kinds of investments and so.
"randall stevenson" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"And frankly helped make this airline so profitable it was it wasn't wasn't politicians promising these these raises add more jobs who's actually corporations themselves that they will promising the but at that we see here you would merge nails that's not the case and another great example zt and t they're actually cutting jobs not exactly cutting job is continuing to work off shore you know to send a call center job good call center jobs overseas it continues to contract out work while the same time it wants to cut jobs here you're right the ceo of eighteen teeny randall stevenson spent a lot of time last year from the beginning of the year until the end of the year thing yeah this tax cut goes through working invest more than a billion dollars and that's gonna create 78000 good family supporting job but would see none of that so the companies they all got their big they're big pay cut their big corporate tax cut but when workers are getting the shaft he that workers republican voters out there that's the thing that you supporting it is very frustrating and so we're on a t and t and with these other companies were mobilizing members in in a lot of our districts because eighteen ats organized geographically our members are wearing black there you know pointing out the hypocrisy he really of this big extremely wealthy company shunning jobs overseas contracting out while its laid off workers here early totally unbelievable at kansas site i know that there there is actually legislation was introduced last year to to try to put an end to the call center offshore zad a bill that you're familiar with and can talk a bit about what you guys be doomed legislature lead to try to wha head off these kind of job losses yeah that's definitely a bill that we've been pursuing not only at the federal level but in the states as well too and and surprisingly with we've been having some success in the states in ohio for example in other states in the midwest in new york in a number of states ledge state legislature those are looking at this have have half call center legislation that at least says if the.
"randall stevenson" Discussed on The Young Turks
"Uh i think the most important quotas actually from uh the cob tnt randall stevenson he said tax reform um we'll drive economic growth and create good paying jobs wrong again randle uh and you knew that that was wrong you just did that so you can get rich as seeing get your precious tax cuts and distributed mainly uh two yes obviously to some shareholders which is normal but also to yourself because if you holds shares in at t that's going to come back to you obviously you're gonna get huge bonuses at center from this and what is your duties you beat your competition in in the market field uh or no you just said capture the government and new paid off and he and randall stevenson has been paying off uh republicans for decades those are things that we call now campaign contributions but what they are as legalize bribery so you give money to politicians and he gave to the trump in this last cycle he also gave thirty four thousand dollars to the republicans in this cycle but he's given for decades in decades in decades the republicans and this is his pay off so he's gonna get incredibly rich from this and he muscle laughed and laughed as he said oh it will create more jobs as he knew data make this decision yesterday one of the layoffs advantages told you about was on december sixteen as you knew you are laying off workers several right that's funny and then the union went on strike enforced you to give a thousand dollars per employee then you win uh turn that around said oh it's because of donald trump i've decided to met out of the goodness of my hard to give a thousand dollars per employee you got your hand caught in the cookie jar when it was that was an obvious lie because the negotiation had been going on for over a year then now at t says well i mean maybe we'll give him.
"randall stevenson" Discussed on WLOB
"Monumental step to bring taxes paid by us businesses in line with the rest of the industrialized world ceo that means the big dog ceo randall stevenson said in a statement this tax reform will drive economic growth and create good paying jobs in fact we will increase our us investment and pay a special bonus to our u s employs so what's the point while we've been saying is this is that the tax plan is not perfect but what it will do is bring corporate tax rates which were the highest in this country in the industrialized world the highest of all industrialized nations means we weren't competitive and you know all how the people like to regulate business so between regulation and taxation we were driving american corporations off of american soil so this is a really really good thing and you're seeing at t respond also bowing came out yesterday and said they were going to make a three hundred million dollar investment in to the nation's economy because of this tax plan cell for people to go around like scrooge make schumer out of new york gotta her people people i got it because we allowed them keep more of their own money i mean schumer you know i i swear why does new york why did they elect this guy i mean you of the world's greatest financial market in new york city you got a bunch of rich fat cats why would you elect chuck schumer does he assuage your conscience or something because this guy is terrible like nancy pelosi he's terrible for america he's terrible for new york cheese terrible for gala foreign here these people are going on and on and on a tax cut for the wealthy it's a broken record the wealthy pay the taxes in america people they don't want to believe that need to either do some research or be quiet because you don't know what you're talking about the internal revenue service which is part of the government they you worship you still think it gene v instead of geo d the internal revenue service says that the rich folks pay.
"randall stevenson" Discussed on WINS 1010
"To deliver the pro for dare to go in turkey's new england's as braced for their we give into the mind of the killer criminal minds cbs wednesday or stream it live or on demand in twelve twenty six now bloomberg money watch on tan tan when's here's larry cop ski with a live report wall street's thanksgiving week rally continue sending stocks to alltime highs the dow jones industrial average just off its high for the day up one hundred seventy six the s p 500 just below the twenty six hundred level which across briefly earlier right now up nearly seventeen points the nasdaq composite is up sixty three the justice department's decision to challenge at and t's planned takeover of time warner may have farreaching effects speaking at a news conference last night at t ceo randall stevenson said it could put the brakes on future dealmaking to this throws say a huge the degree of uncertainty to anybody contemplating joint ventures anybody contemplating mna at t has vowed to fight the justice department in court calling the lawsuit an inexplicable departure from decades of antitrust precedent at t is down seven cents time warner shares are up to twenty one the rise in may beyond the hook for a deal struck between yahoo and mozilla in 2014 which made yahoo the default search engine for the fire fox browser that deal allowed mozilla to walk away and still get paid if yahoo was acquired hillis which to google last week bloomberg money watch twenty six and.
"randall stevenson" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Euphoria last week and prayers of every acquisced ar10 thanks so much a fiveyear always a pleasure thank you rachel gene okay so the justice department is suing to stop at t from buying time warner it's the first antitrust case of the trump administration and one of the company's is of special interest to the president and bureau selena sell your reports if there's one company that's been around the block on antitrust it's eighteen teen in fact eighteen t itself is the product of a landmark anti monopoly case in the 80s when the justice department broke up the bell system the telecom giants biggest merger moments in recent history include first a failed attempts to acquire rival tmobile in two thousand eleven and the successful purchase of the satellite company direct tv in two thousand fifteen and the man who brought both of these uh uh doj for review ceo randall stevenson of the law father deals by career but i've never do on one where we have disagreed with the department of so much on even the most basic of facts that's stevenson talking about teen tease proposal to by the media company time warner for eighty five billion dollars the doj is asking a federal court to block the steel when we announce his deal the best legal minds of the country agreed that this transaction be approved says our companies don't even compete with each other but here we are the government has filed a lawsuit and it's unusual because it's a media company plus a telecom company which is known as a vehicle merger it does not get rid of direct competitor which is normally the big antitrust red flag but the doj says the two companies together would control too much of both what we watch and how we watch it news network cnn popular channels like hbo plus the movie studio plus internet and pay tv the government says this will raise prices for consumers and hurt competitors in theory at t could appease the government by getting rid of a major elements in the deal like direct tv or turner broadcasting eighteen t says it won't and like many things these days.
"randall stevenson" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Federal prison for bank fraud related to hush money case ryan burrow wgn news a victory for sanctuary cities such as chicago will federal judge today permanently blocked president trump's executive order to cut funding from cities that limit cooperation with us immigration authorities abc news legal analyst royal oakes this is just one of a string of setbacks handed to the trump administration by federal trial court judges but the president has a glimmer of hope he's been filling at pella a court vacancies at a rapid clip and there's all was the supreme court with a slim five two four conservative bent that could give relief to the administration royal oakes reporting the justice department is suing at t to stop its eighty five billion dollar purchase of time warner that sets the stage war profitably a lengthy legal battle with at t the telecom giant ceo randall stevenson said earlier this month he would not sell key franchises of time order to get the deal done one month before the trump administration spark criticism by reversing a ban on trophies from that threatened african elephants federal officials quietly loosened restrictions on the importation of heads and hides of lion's shot for sport the us fish and wildlife service began issuing permits on october 20th for lion's killed in zimbabwe and zambia between two thousand sixteen and two thousand eighteen and mayor emanuel and chicago police superintendent eddie johnson today welcomed one hundred and twentyfive new recruits the mayor's message a clear focus on community policing we want you to police and protect our communities the do it in a.
"randall stevenson" Discussed on RobinLynne
"The ad radio news i'm jackie quinn the ceo of at t is questioning why the justice department would intervene to stop its planned merger with time warner this is randall stevenson's lawsuit has the whole world questioning what they will can and cannot do this throws a huge degree of uncertainty to anybody contemplating joint ventures anybody contemplating mna mergers and acquisitions there had been a request of stevenson to sell key franchises of time warner to get the deal done which he had refused the trump administration just announced that attending a temporary residency permit program it allowed some sixty thousand haitians to live and work in the united states ever since the 2010 earthquake there homeland security says conditions in haiti have now improved and the benefit will be extended just one more time until july of 2019 the white house has put north korea back on the list of state sponsors of terrorism secretary of state rex tillerson this is all part of just tu into turn this pressure up we continue turned the pressure up all north korea by getting other countries to join the take actions on their own the argentine navy says that noises her deepen the south atlantic were not from a missing submarine after all and i think it was probably marine mammals it crushes the hopes of the relatives of the forty four sailors aboard nebraska regulators have approved the keystone xl pipeline wrote through the state it breathes new life into the long delayed project newsman charlie rose is off the air for now cbs and pbs have suspended him after allegations of sexual misconduct eight women now have complained.
"randall stevenson" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Up to earth marie justice department has filed a lawsuit to block at and t's merger with time warner time warner on cnn lawsuits filed in federal court today in dc and it's according to the lawyers for time warner at t this is unusual to 85 billion dollar deal it's what the cult vertical merger asked so miles what that means idle the abetted says importantly they will have a huge media empire ride cnn warner others epo i mean they've they've to own just a a mammoth a monstrous size media company of the c o of randall stevenson the ceo of at t says that uh there's really nothing unusual to see here for example net flicks they distribute their content you over over one hundred million customers amazon's distributors content to its prime members that's estimated to be in excess of sixty million google on facebook they reach and distribute content to literally billions of customers and the government contends that at t with twentyfive million tv customers and turner with a single digits share of all media watched we'll have unlawful market power so it they're saying that even though this is a large conglomeration it doesn't it it pales by comparison in audience numbers and in terms of total reach right but there are as they be able to calm control what people watch and how they watch and so they'd had the delivery sign of it as well as well but it but comcast as that too right comcast owns nbc and out that said they're saying unload here there they said direct tv or turner which is cnn and then we would potentially be more puts then right but then but the question is why are you asking us to unload see an enemy at t brought that up today so before i hear this over the legal teams i do want to address the elephant in the room here there's been a lot of reporting is speculation whether this was all about see cnn and frankly but.
"randall stevenson" Discussed on Unfilter
"Cnn fake you are fake news build gilbert juliana goldman is in washington with what's at stake juliana the morning good morning we'll during the campaign president trump promised to stop the merger on antitrust grounds saying that it's too much concentration of power in the hands of too few a person familiar with the matter told cbs news that white house officials had made it clear to at and t on multiple occasions that are dissatisfied with cnn and in one case sources say that in january president elect trump raise the matter directly with at t theo randall stevenson during a meeting at trump tower now the white house denies involvement in the negotiations and the justice department says that at t itself offered to divest cnn and that the government flatly rejected it but at t ceo said he never offered to sell cnn and his no intention of doing so so sources say at t is preparing to take the administration to court arguing that the deal dozen pose any competition titian violations now gale democrats in congress even who are opposed to the merger like al franken the senator from minnesota say that if the trump administration is pressuring at t to divest cnn it would be a disturbing development route a lotta people feel that way thank you very much juliana lotta people a lot of people really really want poor at t to be able to merge with time warner.
"randall stevenson" Discussed on 1A
"Includes cnn that raise the speculation that the trump administration might have been doing this vindictively to hurt the news network yesterday the ceo of at t randall stevenson said in his words quote i've never been told that the price of getting the deal done was selling cnn period and likewise i've never offered to sell cnn unquote now this wrinkle brought back memories of the fact that president trump is one of cnn's most ardent viewers and one of its strongest critics here he is from last october on the campaign trail as an example of the power structure in funny at and t's buying time warner and thus cnn a deal we will not approve in my administration because it's too much concentration of power in the hands of to feel that with donald trump on the campaign trail last october now it is the role of the justice department to review matters for antitrust concerns at t is a gigantic company time warner was at one point the largest media company in the world but the cnn thing not tally we can't really ignore that can way well i think that's true and i think this is why as a rule presidential candidates don't come out against specific matters whether they're enforcement of regulatory matters that are going to be before their administrations because that question will always arise i mean i think the justice department does have some legitimate issues to look at i mean when you have the people delivering the content merged with the people who create the caught at that always raises questions i'm not saying it should turn out one way or the other but the justice department is presumably doing his job scoring those things.
"randall stevenson" Discussed on KOMO
"At t exact randall stevenson said he's never been told of the price of getting to the old whaling cnn besides he's not interested i have never offered to sell cnn in argentina's lagged no intention that we would ever associated in the pittsburgh of penn hill vania say when his girlfriend's 14yearold son balked at getting a flu shot justin and punched the teen after uh uh john down a flight of stairs dragomir a parking lot assault and endangering the welfare of niche star wars it will never end lucasfilm must have a lot of faith in ryan johnson directly with next month star wars the last jedi and he's been tapped to create a brand new stores trilogy lucasfilm basically annoying thing in the next abrams on president and kennedy says watching johnson make the upcoming though was one of the great joys of her career dogged by thing with the blank canvas of this new trilogy nor what the natural would you wiped out or flynn we'll see jason nathanson abc news hollywood this is abc news nato foreign every 10 minutes on the 4's mashburn nick clear out around the area art still pretty busy dr those southbound battle except all the way i need earlier crash to blame there were slowly getting back to normal also interventionism trouble i your mercer streets in north 25 on ramp getting reports of some standing water other world where there is a looks like we're seeing an by emergency onto the uh uh lined up in the cascade winter driving conditions we do have traction tires advice while they pass factor tires required steve your next report's unlike lemesh komo news steve pool has the forecast however buddy tonight will continue to see some rain around the neighborhood but it's getting the slack on a little bit so we can start to call near overnight low temperatures around forty two uh ties to around fifty degrees uh and we will still see a few odds tomorrow ask orders little bit a new snagged also we're getting closer keep your fingers crossed and other matters have suffer a good day tomorrow weekend should be a little bit drier in the komo weather center i'm steve pool sr forty six degrees in seattle stay connected stay informed this is komo nato five art sanders top local stories from the.
"randall stevenson" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"At a community center about a block from here mark strassmann in sutherland strengths thanks at and t's merger with time warner is far from a done deal with trump justice department has yet to sign off on it does the president's feud with cnn have anything to do with this year's juliana gold you are fake dudes deal president trump hasn't shied away from broadcasting his disdain for cnn as a candidate he promised to stop the eighty five billion dollar merger between at t and cnn's parent company time warner a deal we will not approve in my administration because you're too much concentration of power in the hands of too few now cbs news has learned that president trump's justice department told at t during a meeting on monday that for the deal to go through the company must sell cnn we're going to interfere with that here adviser kellyanne conway insist the white house isn't involved in the justice department's antitrust review but a person familiar with the talks pointed to president trump's frequent bashing of cnn and said that he and other white house officials have made it clear to at and t on multiple occasions that they are dissatisfied with cnn in one case sources say in january president elect trump raise the matter directly with at t c o randall stevenson during a meeting at trump tower that same day mr trump tweeted that cnn isn't a total meltdown and their credibility will soon be gone we are in active discussions would be odor this morning at and t's chief financial officer set on a conference call this type of merger hasn't been blocked for over forty years or could outfitted uh.