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Texas EquuSearch calls off search after missing Houston mother Laura Reed contacts father
"Texas EquuSearch says that Laura Lacey Reed got ahold of her father, telling him that she was not in any danger but didn't release any further details. It was reported missing over the weekend after her child was spotted inside of an abandoned vehicle. Oh, don't look now. But there's a new
U.S. House Democrats to introduce Trump impeachment article on Monday
"A trio of House Democrats blends to introduce an article of impeachment on Monday more from CBS is Paula Reed. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called for President Trump to resign or she will pursue 25th amendment legislation at emotion for impeachment. He has done something so serious that there should be prosecution against him. But some Republicans argue there just isn't enough time. So I have to say, I do think the president's behavior this'll week does disqualify him from serving. We've got 10 days left 11 days left. They also argue it would not be the right move for the nation
Trump's permanently suspended from Twitter and facing a second impeachment
"President Trump loses his primary megaphone after Twitter permanently shuts down his personal account, breaking off his connection to nearly 90 million followers on Twitter. They also suspended an account used by his campaign. This comes as political figures from both sides of the political aisle intensified calls for the president to resign or face a potential second impeachment for allegedly inciting Storming Wednesday storming of the U. S. Capitol. CBS NEWS Washington Correspondent Paula Reed has more from the White House. The draft article of impeachment incitement of insurrection, alleges that President Trump's conduct on Wednesday gravely endangered the security of the United States. He would be the first president to be impeached twice. But some Republicans believe there just isn't enough time. Democrats in Congress are trying to send a message to the nation in the world that mob violence inspired by a White House will not stand. Impeachment proceedings could begin on
Faith leaders, including Trump allies, condemn Capitol riot
"Faith leaders including president trump's allies condemned the capital riot religious leaders across the political spectrum including several staunch supporters of president Donald Trump strongly condemn the storming of the U. S. capitol by pro trump rioters Ralph reed of the faith and freedom coalition tweeted that the violence was an assault on democracy and representative government Reverend John Hagee of cornerstone church in San Antonio also a stalwart supporter of the president said there's nothing honorable about physically attacking our institutions of government Marion buddy the episcopal bishop of Washington so trump called his supporters to the capitol and whip them into a frenzy and that there was nothing Christian about what happened at the capitol I'm Walter Ratliff
"reed" Discussed on Marathon Talk
"Pete read about life after the spinal stroke in twenty nine teen. We look back at something on social and the world of running and training talk is back with the benefits of easy in lock. Holy rush what have you been up to. Hey martyn yelling. It's just us home. In our sheds we are alone. Of course we're going to chat a little bit about potential changes to this show and what it might look like regular listeners to to to marathon vocal already know that it was a twenty four december christmas eve twenty third of december whereas our show with tony and tom. It was wasn't it. Yeah it was a it was a long show and it was also reminiscing about the good old days and Talking about yeah. It was. It was really good. Actually you actually listen back to it properly. I was both conserve is old for me because tony and thome have been in myself. We started marathon token twenty eleven and nicole's to see those guys step away. Often people will go. Oh why they stopped doing it but actually for me. It's quite rewarding when you have the strength to leave something a no seems quite odd but sometimes lie. I just live just works differently. And it's healthy to do different things and tonight often joked about tom doing things in five year stints and then going off and doing something else. An lots of people get so stuck wearing the same set of slippers for a long time. You know they do they. Just don't have the confidence. Sometimes to wear anything different and tom park run and tony. You know love tony. Loads and tony's life you know tony mrs ruth. I think in a lot of those things have been really complicated for tony. And so although it's hard to see them both go as a unnecessary. You know step and celebration from the boat. Yeah it was hard but the same time you know. We're gonna talk about some of the changes to the show as we move through twenty twenty twenty one so it was good. It was good but anyway we on so much has changed so much has changed since spoke. I know christmas in swimming christmas. Well that's the thing because we recorded little bit earlier. We didn't ask him cooled on christmas eve. Obviously so we did. We have the world if we yeah it feels like I feel like i've had a really good break. 'cause i had a couple of weeks off. I was going to be going as i talked about so much. I was going to be so fast holiday. We will say speaking to wales to this e cottage in the middle of nowhere. We thought we'd almost got away with it. Was like twenty four hours. We pactel stuff up. We'd ordered our piece of pork be delivered to the cottage and then oversee christmas was canceled for pretty much. Everyone and yes. With heavy hearts we unpacked the car and took away. And we say time so we were put saying that. We were still reluctant. My mom and my stepdad live like literally road so we were able to go and mum the bushes that last minute and got we got some food say wilson in the grand scheme of things we still had a really lovely day but it would have been nice to have been in wales in the snow running in the mountains but we. We stayed home in the end and we tended to borderline alcoholics. I think we ought not to say a hot isn't it. It was almost like sunday at about us is back to work back to monday. We've right we've got to eat all the food. We have to get old chocolates. We have string all the wine says it's completely clear for fast at work. We say stuff on the internet people have to do. I know you. We felt that we it was complicated in many ways. But you don't have. I'm not in january and thing like that hates radio is. That's one of those things that seem to have gone right out the window. Way urging next alcohol consumption. The seeds gone like dry. what. I never this way as well. It's like my god. I need a little bit of a drink sometime. Say but it was quite funny and so we but we have we. We've managed to do what on that on that point but we have enough chocolate in house to public. Kill a whole pack of dogs know of course so much has changed in just we. We were celebrating as we lead into christmas. Now we've just come out the other side you ended day and you couldn't. You couldn't audio past pork. Christmas goodness me say defend what. I've been vegetarian for nine other like for the first six months of me being vegetate. Think of told you this before at least would serve chicken in forget slide animal. Yeah so they go. Unlock anon- christmas vegetarian. So or christmas nonvegetarian sharing christmas lunch. No fact we did on christmas day. What we didn't run on used to run every day. I used to run every day. I used to run every christmas day so before children. Listen i would run every christmas day. And sometimes we do a session. Say i thought you did a session on christmas day. You take us to that because we'd spend the rest of the day sound. Sofas drinking tea like they're like well because we be a family in you have to kind of somewhere in that area and that's the day whereas sherri yeah well sometimes we would have had to so but now of course with the children. It's very different than we can't just clear out for a morning so none of us ran on on christmas morning but we did have a lovely time over. Christmas went to the beach. had a little surf. There was not really many waves but did have surf day. Yes christmas day did have a run on boxing day but his that downer my calf. I mean i don't wanna start twenty twenty one and a winch. Nobody does problem. It's just a grumbly you know. Actually i did seven miles to the abo seven miles today. He's already nothing changed here. No but if you look at strivers you see six amazing to me and then december december just been terrible -solutely terrible and i did it pretty much over. Christmas went manta biking a few times love. That did a little run on boxing. Day and then. Another run.
Married Couple Killed By Hit-And-Run Driver In Far Rockaway New York On New Year's Day
"Police are asking anyone with information. Call Crimestoppers hit and run driver killed a married couple in Far Rockaway, Queens. Police say The New Year's day crash happened at around five in the morning at the intersection of Ocean Crest Boulevard in Rockaway Freeway film A Reed and her husband, Donna Thing given were in the Nissan Rogue that got hit by a Dodge Ram pickup. That driver Ran off on foot. Couple's daughter, Tricia Williams spoke to CBS two. They're the nicest people they gave of themselves. They were good going churchgoing Christians. They weren't even supposed to be at work today. They've got called in to passengers in the pickup stayed at the scene. One was arrested for disorderly conduct. According to police. The driver at last check is still at
Congress overrides Trump's veto of defense bill
"Trump's veto of a defense policy bill a first by lawmakers since he took office nearly four years ago ensuring the measure becomes law in an extraordinary new year's day session the republican controlled senate easily ten to the veto dismissing trump's objections to the seven hundred and forty billion dollar bill and handing him a stinging rebuke just weeks before he leaves the white house. The eighty-one thirteen vote in the senate on the widely popular defense spill followed an earlier. Three hundred and twenty two to eighty seven override. Vote in the house. The bill affirms a three percent pay rise for us troops and guides defense policy cementing decisions about troop levels new weapons systems and military readiness personnel policy and other military goals house speaker. Nancy pelosi said the sweeping overwhelmingly. Bipartisan votes in the house and senate delivered a resounding rebuke to president. Trump's reckless assault on america's military and national security instead of keeping americans safe. The president continues to use his final moments in office to sow chaos and undermine now security trump vetoed the defense measure last week saying it failed to limit twitter and other social media companies. He claimed to a biased against him during his failed. Re-election campaign trump also oppose language that allows for the renaming of military bases that honor confederate leaders rhode island. Senator jack reed. The top democrat on the senate armed services committee called trump's veto a parting gift to russian president vladimir putin and a lump of coal for our troops.
New Year's Day car crash in New York City leaves couple dead
"The unfortunate traffic death trend continued into this year, the driver of a speeding pickup truck slammed into a car killed the couple inside husband and wife 57 year old Donovan Gibbons and his 60 year old wife, Thelma Reed. We're going toe work at JFK when a speeding pickup truck slammed into them, killing them. The daughter, Tricia Williams spoke to CBS two. They're the nicest people they gave of themselves. They were good going churchgoing Christians and they weren't even supposed to be at work today. They've got called in. The driver of the pickup truck, pulled himself out of his rec vehicle and ran away, leaving his two passengers inside. This happened this morning at five at the intersection of Rockaway Freeway and Ocean Crest Boulevard in Far Rockaway. 37 year old man who had cuts on his head was in the pickup truck and a 33 year old man who was in the pickup truck is now charged with obstructing the police investigation, and police are hunting the pickup truck's
McConnell blocks $2,000 stimulus checks as Trump demands support
"Vote for bigger covert stimulus checks already passed by the Democratic controlled House more from CBS News correspondent Paul The Reed. There's one question left today. Do. Senate Republicans join with the rest of America in supporting $2000 checks. That answer was no object. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell blocks the Democratic effort, speaking for most Republicans who don't want to spend additional money on stimulus. But some are now suggesting they supported including both Georgia Republicans looking for an edge ahead of a tough Senate runoff election scheduled for next Tuesday. The Senate is
‘Measly $600’: Trump keeps up push for $2,000 COVID checks
"Trump is still not saying whether he will sign the latest $2.3 trillion pandemic aid and spending package This as jobless benefits for millions of Americans expired today. Also, a federal eviction protection program is set to expire on December the 31st in a tweet this morning, he doubled down on his calls for a $2000 stimulus check for Americans rather than what he called a measly $600. CBS News. White House correspondent Paula Reed is traveling with the president and has more sweet Congress passed this bill. But President Trump has threatened to veto it unless payments those checks that individuals and families received unless those are tripled. Now, the massive 5500 page bill was actually flown down here to Florida for the president to sign if he wants. CBS News has confirmed that the president has physically received the bill. But the White House has not given any indication will provide any details about what the president intends to do. Republican Senator Lindsey Graham met with the president on Christmas Day and tweeted that Mr Trump seems Mork convinced that stimulus payment should be more than tripled to $2000 per person. The bill provides 892 billion and badly needed coronavirus relief. Without the president's signature about 14 million people could lose those extra benefits.
Trump vetoes colossal $740 billion defense bill, breaking with Republican-led Senate
"President Trump has veto the annual defense bill. That is a move that the House and senator now going to try to override. The president also called the Cove it relief bill that lawmakers worked on for seven months to pass. Disgrace. Even Republicans were surprised by that. Here's Republican congressman Tom Reed of New York on NPR yesterday. Obviously, it got all of us by surprise. So many of us were blindsided by this section by the president. NPR congressional reporter Claudia Gonzalez has been following this story, Claudia. Good morning. No. Well, why did the President veto the Defense Authorization Act? Yes, This is the policy bill for the Pentagon to it includes pay raises. Boosting troop levels and equipment, and the veto isn't a surprise. Trump threatened to veto this bill several times in the last several months. He took issue with the Bills plans to rename military bases that honor figures. From the Confederacy. Then he wanted a last minute provisioned repealing a liability shield for social media companies. And then finally, he said, it didn't sufficiently address China. So what happens now? So because this wasn't a surprise, Congress already made plans to meet to override this veto next week, and it appears that they have the majority's majorities needed to do so. The House is expected to meet first to move to override this veto. They'll need two thirds of their members to agree. And if that clears the lower chamber, it will move to the Senate for similar approval by Tuesday, Okay, so could get done the covert relief packages now. Also, in the upside down, we heard the surprise from Tom Reed. How are other Republicans reacting So there's little appetite to address his demands. And, frankly, there's little time This Congress ends on January. 3rd and remember took months of bitter partisan fighting just to reach this, 0.1 House Republican Nebraska's Don Bacon told his colleagues on a call yesterday. That Trump basically threw them under the bus. And he noted in a statement afterwards, confirming he said this that his party was told by the White House to support this bill on Monday, the same day of the vote. So the frustration is palpable. Meanwhile, House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy said last night and a letter to his colleagues that they'll offer a unanimous consent request. This is a Knopper to nitty to try and get quick approval to revisit foreign aid, one of Trump's major criticisms when he focused on how much foreign aid was included in this overall package. But we're expecting that to get shot down that Democrats, meanwhile, heard President Trump's call to send regular people $2000 per person, instead of the 600 that Congress agreed upon, and Democrats were like, sure, Let's do that. That's what we wanted from the day Yes, And so now. Today, they'll open up the House floor session and asked to get this unanimous consent this quick approval on the plan. And so they're trying to capitalize on the moment, but it's also expected to get blocked by House Republicans. Meanwhile, the have a lot to consider over the holiday break because if the president does indeed torpedo this massive package in the coming days will need to pass a new government funding measure by Monday. To avoid a government
Barack Obama Shares His Favorite Songs of 2020, Featuring Dua Lipa, Megan Thee Stallion and More
"This is really becoming a thing. First former President Barack Obama tweeted a list of his favorite TV shows and movies that that was a few days ago and today his favorite Songs of 2020 just what would you find on Obama's playlist? Well, it's a diverse one from folk to wrap Bruce Springsteen's ghosts. Bob Dylan's Goodbye, Jimmy Reed. Savage remix by Megan The Stallion featuring Beyonce and Travis Scott's franchise and Little Babies, the bigger picture,
Vice President Mike Pence gets vaccinated on live TV
"News vice president, Mike Pence, got a vaccination live on TV at the White House this morning, said he was grateful especially want to thank the fine medical team. It At Walter Reed. Hospital that administered our vaccine today. I didn't feel a thing Well done. There you go. Today, Congress is getting their
The Audio Adventures of Harry & Meghan
"Less than a year. Since michelle obama's podcast lawn spotify have landed and other big proposition. Harry and meghan will be delivered into your is in the new year in the form of the incredibly uninteresting. Lee named podcast arch well audio Rebecca what is the show going to be about almost already forgotten it. E- hiring stories from inspiring people. It's you know it's corporate kind of stuff you know. They might not be working royals officially anymore but they certainly get involved in anything that's bit but dirtier a bit edgy. So it's going to be very lifting content An i i don't know unless they start sharing things about the personal lives. I don't know how to appeal. It's going to have in the long term. the style of it. I mean we only have a trade list. Go on so far but the style is notably. Podcast i'm not that corporate. We can eric lip sherie restore no say it. I think it sounds really nice. With your accent ultra. Ultra ultra audio. I mean rene shall we guys. I'm harry and meghan one of the things. My husband and i have always talked about is our passion for meeting people and hearing their stories and no matter what the story the usually offer you an understanding of where someone else's coming from and at the same time remind you in some way of a story about yourself and that's what this project is all about to bring forward different perspectives and voices. The perhaps you haven't heard before and find common ground different voices. Different perspectives could be less establishment an elitist than a member of the common ground. They must it's just i am no nothing against either of them personally and i'm sure it'd be perfectly listenable but it's the this idea that that telling stories that haven't been told as though there are hundreds of protestors out there who've been doing that for years Yes but i'm not. I personally don't resent them. You know someone who makes similar shows to the ones they're describing i. I've kind of always thought the most celebrities get involved in podcasting. Jimmy collins is everybody he does drive up listenership for podcasting and ultimately that's a good thing for everyone making cast rising tide carries ships. So something more in the sex is good. I mean things that knowing me arch well audio is production company. Name rather than the brand name. But maybe that'll be fixed later on show it will be. I mean people have said to spotify. They had problems with royalties so maybe this is their acquisition of gimli. I'm not gonna say it's paying off but this is another coup that at least uses some of the things that they bought because that style that informal so we just heard in the trial is meghan. Markle is season actress but even so to produce prince harry to sound like that. I imagine must've taken actually quite a lot of effort and that's the kind of thing gimblett. Good isn't it. I mean for for spotify. They they've got a blinder of year They signed up. A lot of people have acquired companies. They're positioning themselves that you have to basically use the spotify app as your podcast app because it will combine shows you can get publicly from. Rss feeds with shows exclusive to that platform. And this just like michelle obama on a job. Rogan will do that. And they're they're playing a blinder. Will it be a super successful show if it was them solving family problems. Why do you think it is the rebecca the four. I mean i'm using the short end of calling them royals. I know technically. They're not in the official practicing royal family but four royals. Why do you think podcasting would appeal. Where it's hard to imagine a royal. Even an excommunicated one doing a regular radio show. Tv show you know making would not be doing fine witchy quick answer probably because they can edited shit. You know it's very. It's very safe way for them to they can achieve things. They make themselves sound relatable polka like having a friend in your ears but also it's obviously going to be edited very carefully so it can be presented in this in the package. They've got in mind. I'm not gonna lie. I mean i might listen. If they drop a few hints about their private lives. I mean on that does their willingness to allow certain vetted meteoroid is asians access into their private lives contradict with what they're doing in the high court. I mean you know. They're suing associated newspapers. They're suing a picture agency for invading. Their privacy can they have it both ways yes. They need to make living but they are making a living by selling access to themselves. Well i think that's very in line with what they're doing that they have decided that it's going to be entirely beyond their own terms. And that's a mixture of legal giving exclusives owned media. Have got a documentary thing with netflix's well as they've got this spotify so yeah i mean i think it fits the pat now whether it works out. We'll see. I'm sure it'll be absolutely fine for them I think they also know that they've got to by being totally against the press which is pretty much what they are. They need access to their own media so social media. Podcast and the netflix tally to to get their own voices heard. They don't need the inbetween of the sun. The daily mail to communicate to the to the public and done that to you. They've created their own channels to to speak to subjects directly. It's interesting 'cause. I think we have seen recently a bit more of a celebrity. Push back against this idea that it is a trade off. I think you know for you know decades. We've accepted as fact this idea that if you're famous you owe us certain amount of your personal life. It comes with the territory and we've just kind of let that be you know. Just the fact. Yeah well now we're seeing push back. I think you awareness. That mental health has contributed to the celebrities. Are saying why who says you know. And i think having their own social media pocus platform etc has really boosted that movement towards no. I'll tell you what you can have. an from. Sports point of emu say work in terms of getting people to the platform. And i'm sure it will but they're investing so much money. Do you know how they judge whether it's a success. I mean what's the metric because way they make money is by converting into premium subscribers or selling them targeted ads. You know a jet for model to have. That's that's so poke. If you're spotify subscriber endanger ads on the music. You will still get ads on the po costs. So there's there's an ad model there. I'm looking forward to make an harry. Doing s- quest based and dodi shots but they will re reads the ads in michelle obama's show. Maybe they'll have a third person a stunt character. He'll do the reeds for them. Who knows some courtier. But that that's that's the market. I but for spotify a whole you remember the music. Pit doesn't really make any money but they need to do is shave. A couple of percentage points off the royalties. They pay all the volume that they pay the record companies to make the whole thing profitable so if i was them and i was saying hey only thirty percent of the audio consumed on spotify is music now when we come up to rights negotiation. We have another look at that so by being broader they have a few levers they can pull. It could actually make their operation much more. Profitable nothing postings. Partly way to do though
"reed" Discussed on The World Next Week
"On the road meeting with different countries. But i don't know if you want to perhaps even talk a bit about just dumb that congressional proposal to raise the two percent default recap absolutely so obviously first and foremost. We're about protecting the taxpayer and for the critic of the bank. I i wanna be sure. They know that time when we when we do underwriting We have very strict standards that that speaks to our very low default rate as it is in in so Right now is point. Eight percents uptick the little bit because of covid nineteen but but for the majority of my time here and it's been under under five percents Point five percents Which i'm told when i ask every bank joyce's is is a point. Eight percent default. Right pretty good. I make all the bankers laugh at us companies. That's so but but but in and of course so congress's imposed default rate cap of two percents. That what is happening when you hit pencils down and you stopped doing what you do until you bring bring that down and and i appreciate that because we're all about the taxpayer and the foreign purchasers who default shame on them so we do a pretty good job of it and we can repossess planes if we ever need to. So but that that we're really good about that. We also charge interest and fees on each of our earn loans and we give that money millions and millions of dollars or report operational to the treasury We're our job is not to make money for the government but when we're fully operational were self sustaining agency but as you look at something like covid nineteen and this Hearing loud and clear this is when we are needed most were just as we were needed right after the a financial crisis in so he hit that two percent cap That at maybe defeats the purpose of of when. Xm as needed marched. And so if we would ever get near that. I'm gonna be up on. The hill immediately was congress to let them know About that. I think they understand that In congressman andy bar A wonderful member of the house financial services committee who also is on Something called the china. As china task force he's introduced legislation. to allow xm taina program to raise that that default cap To five percents in that is because think about the law says match the right terms and conditions of china and At to be able to give deals in winston united states so maybe we will have more risky appetite in a chinese who are probably watching today and we love the chinese people. It's the people's republic of china and chinese communist party that aunt i'm talking about here But i was asked flat out How are you gonna risk with this. And so we're still going to be about the at protecting the tax payer doing our due diligence. it's always a standard of reasonable assurance of repayment. So these things but but but we will be Were aggressive so we'll see where that legislation goes of course end of the congress of bills have to be Reintroduced in hopefully were laying. Good rent. get round. Work here for The future future work By the congress. And i wanted to say how much i appreciate my authorizer chairwoman maxine waters ranking member. Patrick henry chairman mike crepeau in a ranking member. Senator sherrod brown I feel that we've worked really hard to to put this bank in a in a in a good place for for the future though. Thank you so much chairman reed so we now at this time i would like to invite members of the Membership to join the audience from the conversation with their questions and a reminder that this meeting is on the record the operator will remind you on how you can join the cash question you ladies and gentlemen as a reminder to ask a question please click on the raise hand icon on your zoom window when you were called on please accept the anew now button state your affiliation before proceeding with your question to the roster of see if our members registered for this meeting please click on the link zoom chat box. We'll take the first question from ron shop. Summarize help because of the pandemic. i've resorted being austin. It's documentary filmmaker. I realized it's really very new in your regime. You might say already working on or done. A deal actually involve financial help for china. And secondly could you name a couple of really significant significant ones. You're done are working none with manned so obviously as we look at Supply chains in what goes into that china china's an issue in congress in their reauthorization of axiom has put in Standards for us to notify congress if we ever deal with the with the with the transaction. The board considered transaction where where china might be part of that That has not happened to date under my tenure here But i would say that we've worked hard to make sure that we are Using her china program It's been hard until we did the change that we just did this morning by but i will say that We approve the largest deland. Xm's distri an ideal. That's going to be transferred. Transformational for the Country of mozambique. We approved a four point. Seven billion dollar transaction in this is four point seven billion dollars of us goods and services. And i touched them by a company called air products to be sent to mozambique to help them develop their Ellen g capability and.
"reed" Discussed on CFR On the Record
"But when we're fully operational were self sustaining agency but as you look at something like covid nineteen and this Hearing loud and clear this is when we are needed most just as we were needed right after the a financial crisis in so he hit that two percent cap That at maybe defeats the purpose of of when axiom as needed marched. And so if we would ever get near that. I'm gonna be up on. The hill immediately was congress to let them know About that i think they understand that In congressman andy bar A wonderful member of the house financial services committee who also is on Something called the china china task force. He's introduced legislation to allow. Xm with our china program to raise that that default cap To five percents in that is because think about the law says match the right terms and conditions of china and At to be able to give deals in winston united states so maybe we will have more risky appetite in a chinese who are probably watching today and we love the chinese people. It's the people's republic of china and chinese communist party that an aunt that i'm talking about here but i was asked flat out How are you gonna approach risk with this and so we're still going to be about the at protecting the tax payer doing our due diligence. It's always a standard of reasonable assurance of repayment. So these things but but but we will be Were aggressive so we'll see where that legislation goes of course end of the congress of bills have to be Reintroduced in hopefully were laying. Good rent. get round. Work here for The future future work By the congress. And i wanted to say how much i appreciate my authorizer chairwoman maxine waters ranking member. Patrick henry chairman mike crepeau in a ranking member. Senator sherrod brown I feel that we've worked really hard to to put this bank in a in a in a good place for for the future though. Thank you so much chairman reed so we now at this time i would like to invite members of the membership to join the audience from the conversation with their questions and a reminder that this meeting is on the record. The operator will remind you on how you can join the cash question ladies and gentlemen as a reminder to ask a question please click on the raise hand icon on your zoom window when.
"reed" Discussed on The World Next Week
"Thank you so much. And welcome to today's council on foreign relations meeting with kimberly reed president and chairman of the board of directors of the export import bank. I'm joyce chang cherif global research. Jp morgan my held the true pleasure and honour of presiding over. Today's discussion. We have more than two hundred and fifty participants registered for this virtual meeting and we will do our best to get through as many questions as possible during the question and answer period so again. This record is this on record. In addition to the council on foreign relations member invited members of the press also present. So i i wanna provide you with some that ground on chairman reed and her incredible journey at the eximbank to frame the discussion. Xm is an independent federal agency that has supported nearly one point five million jobs in all fifty states over the past my facilitating the export of us goods and services. It is note that chairman reed is the first woman in the xm banks eighty six year history to be the battle and she assumed this position in may of two thousand and nineteen affixing leadership roles for twenty five years prior on job creation trade economic development food and agriculture and at an end before measures. She served under in colson and john snow. She was the president of the international food. Information council and she also served as counsel to three separate committees in the house of representatives. But what some of you may not know about. The history of the eximbank is the bank had been shut for four years when congressional authorization for the bank had lapsed in two thousand fifteen and so when chairman reed took over. She was confronted with this challenge. And so that's really the first question. I have a true. Welcome to you chairman reed. Can you discuss the xm's mission and how it execute its mission support. Us jobs and tell us a bit about how you went about reopening agency that had been closed for four years and about. I'm just what steps are being taken to ensure the sustainability and the mandate for the xm l. Thank you very much choice. And hello to everyone and i believe that my predecessor fred. Hochberg also is joining us today. I sent greetings from The eximbank headquarters which is on the northeast corner of lafayette park overlooking the white house. Right now and and i want to say For all the reporters listening today. We just made big news so we just came out of a of a board meeting And so happy to discuss What we adjusted which is chain our content policy joyce before before we go into the discussion on. Let me just read to you. What we justed working on the press. Release as we speak. I'm very pleased to announce here at the council on foreign relations that for the first time in a generation and a half the accident board established targeted domestic content policy pretend export sectors key to us prosperity and security accent board. This morning took a tailored approach and voted unanimously to establish the projects or procurements involving tanking freshly mandated. Transformational export sectors will qualify for xm financing if the proposed transaction needs fifty percent of us content threshold in of certain other requirements are met in addition if certain requirements are met which i can go into a xm will be able to approve a transaction if even if it does not meet the fifty percent threshold a wide range of stakeholders in the private and public sector support from the change with many representing us. Exports face strong competition from the people's republic of china. And i will say also that joining me in the board meeting today. Our my fellow board members spencer bacchus in judas prior as well as our ex-officio member. Us secretary of commerce wilbur. Ross up under secretary of state keith. crack provided comments from under secretary of the treasury Macintosh in also to set the stage for today. Senator kevin kramer north dakota and i published an op ed in The hill appeared online. So but we can talk more about This when you're ready. But i just hot off the presses. Nine my it's been a long a long a great journey since may of twenty nineteen. We'll consumer chairman reed because that is really breaking news for all the our members to view the first the here and it seems like that really brings us much more in line with some of the other countries like china and germany but but about your journey and the mission of the eximbank. If you can just lay out exactly how you do execute this mission. Well my dream. He's been amazing Choice laid out my background When president trump was elected was on the treasury Transition team or the winning team going into the treasury department and had very productive discussions with the alabama political appointees and career staff since i spent Where the three years at the agency and love the agency and when presidential personnel Asked me What they thought. I should be doing in government service They suggested xm in. I'd really not thought about accent before And i considered it because when you're asked to serve you in the upper said Isn't that a the bank of crony capitalism in that isn't that That place shutdown in other comments like that and but they're like no president has changed his mind. He wants to reopen the bank even though during the campaign He supported Not reopening it. He changed his mind after talking to businesses in hearing a- for santa that the united states was missing out and so i didn't even appreciate that that happened and so i looked at my background. A tying treasury i worked briefly lehman brothers In also in the world of food and ag helping with our us companies to export around the world And and. I said you know what i guess. This makes sense in so i went on a journey that took two and a half years of my life and and And again it's an issue that democrats as support I had one hundred percent democrat. Yes vote on my confirmation In his free market conservatives who are not fans in the bank in so As a as a republican. I really wanted to help bridge that divide in listen. Listen to at their points in a coming out of that I committed to Some key reforms with senator pat toomey of pennsylvania such as increasing transparency. Holding bad actors accountable. In as i tell every financial institution that i meet with We won't compete with you. You want to supplement in do all we can't route through our mission so i was finally confirmed On may eighth. Twenty nineteen seventy nine to seventeen in that which is a very good vote and And again hundred percent democrat. Yes vote on me but working really hard to Transform our agency so Normally i was told it once. A senate photon you. It takes about two weeks for the paperwork to go through the process before you can go in and take your oath of office and start your chop and so The day after confirmation I'm at my kitchen table on the morning of may ninth in my nike on drinking my coffee and emailing Lots of people that i was so thrilled to be taking on the charge and i call from the white house and they said kim. We've never seen this before. The president united states immediately signed your paperwork. You have an hour to get to get to work and take your house and so i. I called my dad who lives in west virginia. Been looking into this event toll life and for me to do something rarely the biggest thing in my career and said you're gonna miss it dad and got in my car right at my speech and That.
"reed" Discussed on CFR On the Record
"Thank you so much. And welcome to today's council on foreign relations meeting with kimberly reed president and chairman of the board of directors of the export import bank. I'm joyce chang cherif global research. Jp morgan my held the true pleasure and honour of presiding over. Today's discussion. We have more than two hundred and fifty participants registered for this virtual meeting and we will do our best to get through as many questions as possible during the question and answer period so again. This record is this on record. In addition to the council on foreign relations member invited members of the press also present. So i i wanna provide you with some that ground on chairman reed and her incredible journey at the eximbank to frame the discussion. Xm is an independent federal agency that has supported nearly one point five million jobs in all fifty states over the past my facilitating the export of us goods and services. It is note worthy that chairman reed is the first woman in the xm. Banks eighty six year history to be the battle and she assumed this position in may of two thousand nineteen affixing leadership roles for twenty five years prior on job creation trade economic development food and agriculture and at an end before measures. She served under in colson and john snow. She was the president of the international food. Information council and she also served as counsel to three separate committees in the house of representatives. But what some of you may not know about. The history of the eximbank is the bank had been shut for four years when congressional authorization for the bank had lapsed in two thousand fifteen and so when chairman reed took over. She was confronted with this challenge. And so that's really the first question. I have a true. Welcome to you chairman reed. Can you discuss the xm's mission and how it execute its mission support. Us jobs and tell us a bit about how you went about reopening agency that had been closed for four years and about. I'm just what steps are being taken to ensure the sustainability and the mandate for the xm l. Thank you very much choice. And hello to everyone and i believe that my predecessor fred. Hochberg also is joining us today. I sent greetings from The eximbank headquarters which is on the northeast corner of lafayette park overlooking the white house. Right now and and i want to say For all the reporters listening today. We just made big news so we just came out of a of a board meeting And so happy to discuss What we adjusted which is chain our content policy joyce before before we go into the discussion on. Let me just read to you. What we justed working on the press..
Andrew Yang backs possible guaranteed income pilot program in Atlanta
"Former democratic presidential candidate andrew yang according to the atlanta journal constitution join atlanta city councilman amir for for a rookie and former mayor shirley franklin at an event in the old fourth ward. That's along with the i. Twenty area near the connector in downtown atlanta to discuss the idea of universal basic income for the last six months officials and residents have met as part of the old fourth ward economic security task force to study what a guaranteed minimum income program could look like in the neighborhood historic sector of the city that has been rapidly gentrified in recent years the task force is expected to release a report in about a month that could kick off the pilot program yang who ramos presidential campaign. On the idea of universal basic income said the idea could lessen economic inequality in atlanta and lead to more old fourth ward residents being more economically secure. It's these kinds of local initiatives that are going to both help people and also pave the way in the future for different forms of economic relief and a sustainable future yang said in an interview. He's in georgia to campaign for ralph reed raphael warnock and jon ossoff running against kelly. Leffler david purdue. Universal basic income initiatives involve direct payments to residents in hopes of improving their financial standing and reducing poverty while bolstering the
Live events industry lost $30B due to pandemic
"Also about the entertainment concert event community because they're also suffering in this environment of no business Pretty much I want to talk to Tim Hutton, He's co owner of the hideout. And you've got some interesting things going on. I won't ask about first. How are you, Tim? How you doing? Hi. I'm doing good. Thanks for having a son. Yeah, I want to get to what you're doing. I just kind of want to just take a pulse. Tell us, you know, I mean, obviously, concerts. Those aren't happening. You know, big events, not happening. Um what? What has the industry been able to do during all this? If anything to get by. How's that going? The 100% closed in the venues that are members of the Chicago Dependent venue League, which we call civil. We're all 100% closed. So you know weird like music venues, So we're not the kind of thing that you congest, do a live show and have a 25% capacity. With us. We're faced five in businesses, which means that like we cannot be open, right? And so what we've been doing since March is, we have all been doing every kind of thing we can. We've been selling T shirts and we've been selling records and we've been selling posters and doing things like that. We can also doing fundraisers. On other things to raise money to keep our venues open. But what we really did in the last eight months is all of US venues around Chicago. We've all known each other for years. We actually have a really great community off music clubs and informally we always all of us would always go to each other's clubs. We knew each other, but we never had kind of a really in organization. And what we've been doing all summer long is we've just been really uniting ourselves into the real Chicago into kind of venue League. So now we have about 34 venues that are all partners. Numbers of Reed and we are before the year is over. We just thought you know what? We can't leave this year without having a festival. And so we've been having this this civilization festival we call it Um, And that's tonight and eight o'clock. It started the day after Thanksgiving, and we've been doing it every Friday night for the last couple of weeks. How cool is that? So it's um, tell me you know how you support it. And who actually how? How you help people through it. So what we're doing is it's it's free. It's live. You just go to civil Chicago dot com and civil is C I the L. Just four letters it stands for Chicago. Independent venue League civil shake, and then the words civil Chicago dot com And if you go there, it will just click you onto the YouTube and then you can watch it for free while you're watching it. What we hope is that you gonna chat room and stuff and you look down below and you'll see that there are links where you can make donations. The donations go to a group that we started with the giving back. But the giving back fund which is called civil safe. And civil save stands for sure. I wouldn't have any weight and save stands for staff Artist Venues, Emergency relief fund and we're just hoping that people will watch the shows will see their bands, though the shows are all filled in our clubs, So you're gonna have an experience that's exactly like if you were in our club. On Ben. If you want to donate you can donate and in the last three weeks in the last two weeks we've raised over $10,000 just, um generous people making donations and that money is going to be distributed. There's a committee of staff of regular bartenders and sound people and crew and they will be on determining how that money should be distributed along with the giving back front. Was reading here, the
Biden introduces his choice for defense secretary, Lloyd Austin
"President elect Joe Biden once retired general Lloyd Austin to be his defense secretary, not A post he sought. I sought him. Austin would be the first African American to serve in the position. But could his nomination face some trouble in the Senate and joining us live from Capitol Hill? Double d. T. O p. S Mitchell Miller. Mitch General Austin is very well respected. So why are there questions about whether the Senate would confirm it? Well, Shawn and Hillary. It goes back to the history of the defense secretary being in a civilian position, and the so called seven year rule that if a military officer is tapped for that position, they need to have been retired from the military for at least that long. Austin retired four years ago after a distinguished military career of more than 40 years and included a major command in Iraq. Tenure is the head of the U. S. Central Command. But several lawmakers say it's important to maintain a civilian in that position. The ranking Democrat on the Senate Armed Services Committee, Rhode Island Jack Reed had given in on a waiver for General James Mattis under President. Trump said he wouldn't support one in the future. He is now wrestling with this. Others have said they'll oppose the waiver, including senators Elizabeth Warren Richard Blumenthal, who's on the Armed Services Committee and Jon Tester of Montana. But if the House and the Senate grant a waiver, which they both have to do, he'll likely still have plenty of votes to be confirmed. Hey, Mitch, who are the other potential candidates? Lawmakers might have preferred to Austin. Well, one of them would have been the first woman to serve as defense secretary Michelle Florida who's held various positions at the Pentagon and is very well respected. The House Armed Services Committee chair Adam Smith made it clear she was his first choice. Another candidate who had been talked about a lot was former Homeland Security Secretary Jay Johnson. But Biden is said to be very comfortable with Austin as his
"reed" Discussed on Rivals: Music's Greatest Feuds
"That lou doesn't have the ability or the patience to do and then the lyrics to are almost like short stories. You've got a child's christmas in wales macbeth and graham greene and the title track. It's almost like he sees don lewis ambition being like the raymond chandler of rock and then he put his own spin on it by reflecting his own european heritage. And doing it in a way that that lou couldn't touch and so yeah i i love john album. Fear is also incredible. I think the he definitely has the more consistent solo at least in the seventies. I also wanna shout out. John kale's career as a producer because his contributions in that regard during this period are maybe even more important like his own albums. I mean he he worked with nico on the marble index which is a mind blowing record way ahead of its time lou. Reed himself talked about how he thought that was like one of the best records. He'd ever heard he also ended up producing the first stooges record. He produced the first modern lovers record. He produced the first Patti smith record. Again like he is at the forefront of like bands that defined. What punk music was going to be. You know for the next several decades john kale is there in the background and i can't help but contrast with like read him trying to be a producer. There's this great story and chris. Francis book remain in love where he talks about. How lou reed almost became a producer for the talking heads early on in their career. Apparently read saw them. I think it was at. Cbgb's invited talking heads back to his apartment and they hanging out is like maybe three or four in the morning and at one point lou reed takes court of haagen dazs ice cream out of the freezer kids a spoon in sits on the floor apartment and proceeds to eat an entire court of ice cream while also talking to the talking heads about like different uppers downers at he likes like apparently he has a textbook in his apartment. It's one of the only things in his apartment that is like a medical textbook of just pills and france. Says that like louis was going through it. Like it was an l l bean catalog different pills and ultimately talking had decided not to work with lou reed because lou reed offered them like a really bad deal basically like a classic record company type rip-offs type situation so along with being you know kind of out of it. He was trying to rip off this band from new york in a way that you wouldn't expect an artist to do another artist but chris franchise up and coming artists. Yeah yeah we can't really work with this guy so yeah a pretty obvious contrast there between john kale read in terms of the production..
Biden taps Lloyd Austin as defense secretary
"President-elect tapped retired general. Lloyd austin to be the next defense secretary as vp biden. Worked with him on the iraq war pure scott detro- reports. Austin is technically ineligible for the cabinet job because he only recently left. Active duty but biden is asking congress to make an exception. Austin is a retired four-star general who once led us central command. None of that is controversial. What is the fact. That austin has only been retired from active duty for four years. A law underscoring civilian control of the military requires defense secretaries to have been out of the armed services for at least seven years in two thousand seventeen. congress passed a waiver allowing james mattis to serve. Despite not meeting that qualification back then. Many democrats expressed skepticism about the idea. Jack reed the top democrat on armed services. Committee said at the time he would never vote for a waiver win. But now that biden has picked. Austin reed has shifted. His tone saying austin is quote very qualified and should be given a chance to explain himself in
"reed" Discussed on Never Thought I'd Say This
"I've seen cars hit protesters at least five times and almost every time they get away with it except for one incident down. Your Belinda where. It happened with one of the coalition organizers who was a black woman was trying to get out of the parking lot and the trump supporters had smashed windshield and then she was pulled out of her car they arrested her and she's currently being held for a million dollars. Now, I'm not saying that I wasn't at that protests I'm not saying that either party you know I I don't know what the whole situation was. But all I know is there's been a huge difference in how It's enacted of what's going on. And I think the more that people are hearing this stuff from people who are who have been on the Republican side or on the independent side of worked with prominent. Republicans John McCain. Respect I think that's been such. An incredible weapon against trump is because he thinks he's invincible. He thinks that people of his own party aren't going to criticize him because. So many of them have not. You know as as a Republican and quite frankly as a parent that that I feel like is so powerful because know everybody you would hope that everybody is voting in the best interest of their children or in you know in Kogas case in the best interest of their parents if they don't have children so like hearing from you know from you an from Republicans that are speaking out against him that are also speaking up for their children because this that's why that ad spoke to me so much also it's Like this isn't an and it's something I've been battling in the mom. Group that I run run for you know upwards of ten years now where we don't moms jumping in and like I don't WanNa, make this political. We've gotten comments about that on the podcast people like please don't make your cast political it's about parenting there is not a separation in of parenting and political miss at this point. I'm sorry but there's just not there cannot be because we are fighting for our children now and if that's not a parenting issue. I? Think. That I mean. Can you imagine a time and we're not that far away hopefully, win like the president will not tweet. Made me you'll hear from him or see him once a week. Like it'll be quiet. Right like everyone's exhausted and that's people who support him and who don't. And so we in the throw the actual physical health toll that that. So many of us are dealing with on top of it It's it's it's a tough deal up my parents You know we haven't seen them since Thanksgiving last year they just told us you know after Dr, found she said, you know the next six to twelve weeks are going to be some of the roughest like they're not coming this. Yeah. So you know it's there's a good chance. It could be eighteen months, two years between the time that my my parents see their grandkids right which is you know that means they haven't seen my little one. Since she was seven they might not see Rachel, she's nine right and so you know energy you all know late it's fine to do. This with us but it's not the same when it's your grandkids or your kids I mean, it's just it's not the same. No not at all my parents like I said they live in orange. County and you know it's been in the beginning of the pandemic when there were still debate about mask-wearing instant..
"reed" Discussed on Never Thought I'd Say This
"Let's not take them out of this. You know saying things in doing these things in like you join in join and just to our audience knows the video were talking about the talking about is an avid, the Lincoln project made about it came. Out like three or four days ago, and it's all about it's all clips, actual clips of what how Donald Trump to women, and what he says about women and the name calling and bullying and calling them stupid. I mean, like forget about the grabbing by the pussy like we're at the point of I mean the one that gets me every time I watch and I've watched like seven times is when you know a one of the reporters as you know I'm sorry like I. I didn't mean to say that our enemies like I don't know I don't know why you said Nyu. Say Most of the things that you. Know. That the talk girl in the mirror. And he said it's okay. You don't think you'd never do it. She says excuse me. Yeah it's. And Yeah, she's like what what? I mean. I. Mean. If you're if you're sitting on the south, lawn of the White House as as a reporter as journalists talking the pricing United States, like you have worked long and hard, and probably a lot of inglorious places for a long time to get there right it's not an easy gig to get. An Easter. Just any so ugly about its everybody just Jodi to just to bring it back to nude beach like we were down there in May down there in May and there was like this. Trump motorcade thing right around newport. And they were just such like they just like they were they were going. They wanted to make able angry angry or people got the happier they were and there's this guy who rolls up his big dude to Tan. And his blackout Range Rover right and and he's got a don't tread on me sticker on the bumper. I'm like this is a guy who's never been traveling this look now. Right so like I mean, who's who like who makes this guy's life are on a daily basis right and so It to me. That's that's one thing that I think is really. been bad for all of us, and again you know the President States we don't have kings right? We have presence and they their behavior you know is often a reflection of our baby and vice versa, and so I think when you see, you know it's not just about women although that's a lot of it. If you see the way he acted in in the wake of the death of George Floyd. and you saw the looting shooting remarks in the in the.
"reed" Discussed on Never Thought I'd Say This
"Steve Schmidt who might have seen on television a lot Rick Wilson who you might have seen on television a lot. Your guy named John We. Got On the phone and said, what are we GONNA do about Donald Trump I mean you know we all worked for some combination of John McCain George W Bush I worked for Governor Schwarzenegger Together and so we just said, well, we're not going to do this anymore. I left the GOP in twenty sixteen after Donald Trump got the Republican nomination. Said if this is where the party wants to go, you know you can count me out us. So we launched last December seventeen. With an OP ED in New York Times and basically said, you know we wanna take on trump and tropism. Defeat him and all of the aiders, betters than the Republican Senate Republicans in the Senate and remember this was pre pogo pre impeachment. So we had no idea. What was going to come? We thought that we were GONNA raise about twenty five grand was first couple of weeks run as four, hundred, thousand dollars the first day. And you know now we've got. Oh Gosh, I don't know we've got two and a half million people on twitter and another seven hundred thousand on instagram and facebook. So it's like four or five million people. Total We've got thirty five staff sixty interns we raise sixty, five, million bucks and you know if you told us any of this was going to be the case when we started this, we just thought you were lying to us so. We have been out there. We we pride ourselves on. Republicans have a particular way of running campaigns the in which we run, we run to win. We. Campaign to win Democrats want to win but they want to win the right way. Is that make sense like they wanna be able to sleep? Democrats typically want to be the bigger person you know what? The as Michelle Obama. You know when we go when they go low, we go hi and and I think what we're now seeing is that. The person doesn't always win and so. Yes so I went to high school and College Texas, and there's a guy down there was a company there called Red Adair Red Adair and. They put out oil fires like that's what they do. In the way you put out an oil fires now with water or sand or hope it's by depriving it of oxygen and there are certainly different ways you can do that in the real world. The way you do that is by blowing it up, you create an explosion that creates a vacuum and puts the fire out. Donald trump was a political oilfire like you're not gonna you're not going to beat him by being nice to him in saying I. Hope You stop doing what you're doing Donald Trump You have to get face to stay there..
Media Bundles in 2020
"Are going to. Talk about a article did right September. So we'll pretend this podcast which was twenty bundles and interesting because we've talked about bundles, unbundling it on bundling at multiple times throughout sort of the run here and I think the Queer book end here was twenty seventeen. I wrote the great unbundling, which is mostly focused on TV sort of stuff but I think what's interesting about this post, which was not necessarily about TV IOS about APPS and video. Games and storage and consoles, and all that sort of stuff is i. think that's the big picture take away about bundling and unbundling. The key thing is that when something unbundled and then re bundles that's not gonNA happen along the same value that it did because it was the same vector. Then why don't you just keep sort of the previous Bucknell? So yes, it made sense that sort of the cable bundle was going to unbundle but. It wasn't an essay re bundle as just a video bundle because then why don't we just keep the one that we had originally is you think about it, there s something about the impetus for the unbundling. That is the same impetus for the re bundling, and because it's sort of orthogonal to what caused the bundle in the first place that new bundle is going to look different. Sorry. That was a lot of words that make sense. Does perhaps another framing on this that I thought was interesting in contrasting the two articles. The starting point was for the previous article with a previous set of bundles dominant across society and looking at how tech had come along and kind of knock them out or was in the process of knocking out the cable bundle and how editorial and ads in newspapers of big blown apart by facebook and so on. Oh interesting about this one was this almost felt like with the exception perhaps of Netflix, which is the connection between the two paces, this homeless how bundles or evolving in the new world we talk absent Amazon visa things that didn't exist twenty years ago, but new bundles that are emerging as. These companies in April new kinds of consumer experiences. That's exactly right and you think about those addicted newspaper in the TV bundle which I think are the most obvious sort of bundles from before that sort familiar with, and they are both distribution where'd were repeating about a million broadcast. By you know the newspaper because the you had printing presses and delivery trucks, and you had a multisided market of advertisers and readers you could bundle together lots of different editorial from sports to business to local news do national news with advertising into one bundle, one newspaper and the customers, and by having all those different types of editorial that attracted the maximum sort of audience by getting the maximum audience you. Got The most advertisers and you can see how it was all sort of wind up. The key thing was predicated on that point of distribution and so what happened was once the point of distribution went away that bundle started to fall apart and not just advertising material, but all the editorial pieces fell apart, right? No one goes to a general news site and gets their sports and all sorts of sports sites or they go even better site about their specific team or they go to a specific author, right? Like the degree to which the newspaper has been atomised is remarkable right? You think about it the same things happen with advertising it went from an advertisement in a newspaper that's reaching. Tens of thousands or hundred thousand people to win early per person advertisements that are very finally targeted and you know people get wrapped up in what is targeted advertising what does it mean? You think about it every single one of us as long as there and has been around has been basically viewing targeted content that's tune to ourselves. We are often doing the tuning by deciding what we click on what we read, but it's just as varied as the Advertising is you and I read completely different things even if we have broadly similar interests because we're different people making different choices. Yeah and I mean D- advantage of tech. It was kind of easy to say, I mean you think about even the classified section, which is another one that appealed often you have that in print and it's slow and you've got a raid all these things manually. You just put it on craigslist than you can have this global thing. At easy to have categories whatever, and you can make it free and that was just part of the start of these newspapers having that bundle peeled away completely unbottled, right? Even the different parts of the classifieds went to different companies like craigslist took a lion's share but some stuff went to Ebay some stuff went to wink in recruiting like. Of different places, craigslist was the big one with unbundling happens it's like a shattering effect. Everything is really completely broken apart, right. So just to stick with the newspaper advertising, this sort of bundle that came out of that it was content and advertising that was bundled does not necessarily mean that the bundle that is going to happen in the future. So actually the bundle that actually happened in the case of like. Was People and advertising. They had all the folks on their platform and they got all the advertising. They will put those pieces together, and in that case, sort of the content became completely sort of July zed and commodities. So that's a great example whereas trying to you know with all the Highfalutin words at the beginning is where abundant that formed on one axes in one set of conditions in a different set of conditions it forms a completely different axes is not necessarily going to be the same sort of thing right figuring out like one part of that, and in this instance with facebook, it was what people wanted. And what would hold their attention is the starting point and then once you get one pot can start layering on the others but it's a great point. The way to think about their market is very, very different than way newspaper thing but their market, right a newspaper had sort of default position in. So they had to think about certain maintaining that major the continent appealed to everyone and didn't appear to extreme. You wanted to play down the middle because you know you gotta fill the both sides of the aisle, etc etc. Whereas facebook, you can always go somewhere else immediately like you think about it people anti-trust like facebook. Woke newspapers where I have been awfully, you have anywhere else to go and they didn't want to call attention to that fact. So they were motivated to sort of play it on both sides whereas facebook. The fact that it has a tendency to drive towards extremes is actually evidence of facebook not having sort of monopoly not having a sort of lock in at least as far. As users going to go somewhere else with your time, you go to talk to snapchat and you just go to the web your twitter and they need to fight to keep your attention basically hasn't been offline attention I think is the way to put it and that's different than it used to be previously right the reed hastings let it a shareholder recently where he talked about. How they track and Net flicks loses more folks to fortnight than they do to hbo I feel like it was a really illuminating example. There's a tendency just to view these things narrowly by category. But when you think about it from the customer's point of view and you think about it from the perspective of attention does a better job of driving at the job to be. Done
"reed" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"The my future business show today on the line with cat here read welcome to the show county. Thank you. Yes, absolutely, my pleasure now out here. I were just talking about her. Wonderful. The foretold story which is. Bain relationships actually a four part series, and it is an amazing journey into I guess the ups and downs of new. New York City, but. Before we jump into that and technology and all these elements that make up your wonderful book cartier. What I like to do is always learn a little bit more about your. Way. You reside we. We've come from what you love doing in your downtime and things like that. Would you mind cheering? For the my future business audience. I love to so I'm a multi artist I I make all things all right. Animation to making fashion design acting music, essentially anything I feel like using to express myself. You can diffuse I do actually also film really I like from independent film to larger studio motion. Picture is my interest ways one of the many as also like video game designs as well. It's very interesting because I wonder where the inspiration. For, a book would come from from an also because as I've mentioned before the show that I have a very special spot. Full people who write books because I know it's one thing to think about writing a book, but it's another to actually write a book now. You located in New York City. So where are you located? Right now residing in the Pocono, mountains of Pennsylvania now I know that. This is a four part book and I wonder. Whilst, you'll there and given the world in its current situation. Are you finding that you have more time to be creative and right at the moment. You still. Being in my work all the time, 'cause, that's why. Of My time creating. If I'm not Doing anything else on that. Working on working are surviving I..
"reed" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman
"Creating some kind of Olympic Olympic sport within the company here we come to the essence of a strong culture. It serves the check on selfish ambition. It's a civilising force source that exclude anyone. Who will drag down the team? And also welcomes anyone who elevates the tea and short. It's warm but not cuddly and if that sounds a bit paradoxical reed hastings has a clarifying analogy. You'll never hear referred to his colleagues as a family. It's a term harm that visibly greats at him. He Likens Netflix. Instead to a sports team they expect high performance from the players and they use internal collaboration as a tool rule to drive external competitiveness in team. Sports that really succeed. There often is a lot of warmth between the players and so it's emphasizing in those aspects and demonstrating that when people come in. Everyone tries to help them. But ultimately it is about performance unlike family which is really about unconditional love. Even if your brother does something awful and goes to jail. Your love doesn't Stop Okay and that's just a difference an important part of society. But that's not what we're about about what we're about is collectively changing the world in the areas of Internet television and that takes incredible performance at every level. We're also about about really honest feedback all the time so you can learn and be the best that you can be so let it be known that Netflix did not promise. Unconditional love and and they're exceptionally frank about this. In their culture deck which every perspective employees reads this has become a powerful tool for them when the crates built in filter turn to every higher. It's a great hack that other companies would be smart to adopt because the hiring process is a critical but often overlooked part of maintaining company culture. When you're growing and hiring fast it's easy to place expedients over excellence? You'll often find yourself tempted tempted to hire perfectly qualified candidates. Who.
"reed" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Reed, founder, chairman of the faith and freedom coalition. And I think that the peop- look, there are many factors. I think Cavanaugh is playing a part in this. I think the Democrats none of them have spoken at all about the caravan their silence has been deafening. They'll say is well Republicans talking about it means that they're they're racist and xenophobic. No. It just means we believe in the rule of law, and we're not gonna wait the four weeks till seven fourteen thousand people make it here. So I think that's playing a part, I think all the incidents of the mob on the Democratic Party side. We had some real bullets used over the weekend shooting up a Republican headquarters employer. We saw the terrible shooting in the Pittsburgh synagogue this weekend. You have a Florida man arrested for threatening to kill a Republican congressman you have an angry leftist mob disrupting Marsha Blackburn campaign rally with Lindsey Graham, we've seen two Republicans punched in Minnesota. There's a lot of anger and a lot of via. Silence out there on the left you see Republicans being run out of restaurants. Pam Bondi run out of a movie theater secretary Nielsen Sarah Sanders, Ted Cruz in his wife. Mitch McConnell Kevin McCarthy's office it with a boulder busting his office window. So there's a lot of left wing violence out there. And it's a pretty dangerous time. Yeah. I think anytime you're dealing with this kind of pervasive darkness. The most important thing that you can do is light a candle, and I think what people have got to do is. They've got to resist that hate with a love critter country a love for their fellow man and hope for a better future for all of our citizens. Stay positive, stay prayerful and work hard. You know, when I was coming up Sean in the in the eighties. I had a friend of mine was running for congress. It a sign in the campaign headquarters. I never forgot it said work like it all depends on you. And Trey like it all depends on God. That's not a bad way to live in. It's not a bad way to live now. All right, really. Well, said Ralph Reed he is with the faith and freedom coalition. And by the way, people want to get in touch and help you out. How do they do it? It's f f coalition dot com f f coalition dot com is in faith and freedom. Right. Ralph reed. Thank you, eight hundred nine four one Sean toll-free telephone number. We got our news roundup information overload get to that more straight.
"reed" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"Dizzy reed is here right now rock and roll lane easiest the name of the record which is out now and he's getting ready to do shows with the dead daisies when does that tour kickoff with hookers and blow these august eighteenth i think nineteenth okay and you were i forgot you were in the days i was i did two records with them and did some touring played cuba onto the kiss cruise twice and yeah it was a lot of fun a lot of great musicians who was in was forty when you were yes he was the whole time he was in and was tissue playing drums tissue came in later on but we there was a one to where he couldn't do so we got charlie drayton on drums and darryl jones was playing bass that was cool and yeah of john stevens john karate john tempestuous everybody's been days ten peste did it so it was doug halter jim when you did it no just after i left he came into but i you know definitely brought his name up a few times yeah well okay mazing let's get a call on for dizzy this is dawson who's listening to us in canada hey dawson what's going on man eight dizzy eddie hayes happening i was wondering i saw you guys in toronto in two thousand fifteen and you guys the roof off the air candidates center and heard guys guy new all becoming out and band so what can the fans expect for for the u l them trying to make my way around whoa dawson you talking about dizzy reed's new album is out are you talking about a guns and roses new record i know it did album it's out is it's out digitally worldwide on june first it comes up physically worldwide oh the physical is not available right now i'm not just yet bump pre orders are go to amazon i think this is the main place but yeah it's it's out digitally worldwide physically june i oh i didn't know that i have a cd somebody sent me cd a couple of weeks ago so i got your special any i feel very special because i'm all about the cd still so i didn't realize that okay so people want to buy it though on a as it download where do they go i tunes are amazon or yes amazon is it up on apple music and all the streaming services and all that are you doing it on a on vinyl yes purple vinyl it's the coolest thing you've ever seen wow so if you can't wait you can get it on itn's and all that but if yeah the cd and wait let me turn your mic on if you're speaking because we can't hear you go ahead you can get a digital extra song if you get it yeah on digital oh there's an extra song there is an extra track so i saw on my cd i don't have this song we'll have to get it oh my goodness what is the song i did a cover of splendid isolation warns yvonne song oh okay oh i don't know i don't think i don't think i'm familiar with the song i'm not a big zeon guy don't know it all that well we'll have to get it to you yeah yeah but yeah the best place is on amazon to do a priori there's and i guess check with your local retailers for preorder options as well dizzy such a salesman my god you work so hard dizzy stop with the plugs and pushing it i mean like god such so shameless in your in your in your self plugging yes it definitely he definitely got get get a publicist to put out like good press releases for you've because you just he's so reserved about everything yeah well go to have is like if you want you know yeah i can't think about it too much i get too excited well it really really really is is a killer record and i i'm being dead serious man i listened to it i i texted don tyson did you disease record this really really i mean it's everything i love about you know hard rock music i mean it's it's live feeling it's got hooks it's got great songs i love your voice man i mean everything about it it's just it's like.
"reed" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Reed yellowhammer news i'm jay hammond three people are dead after a shooting outside a walmart store in tallahassee in both elmore and talladega counties the alleged shooter crashed a car into a vehicle in the store parking lot then opened fire according to tallahassee mayor johnny hammock he says two women inside the vehicle were fatally wounded hammock says the shooter then turned the gun on himself police lieutenant pete williston former spokesman for the birmingham police department was arrested monday after police in morris charged him with rape police in morris say a female relative of williston reported being sexually abused by the officer over a three year period ending in two thousand eleven williston checked himself into a hospital over the weekend and was arrested following his release governor kay ivey is separating herself from president donald trump on the issue of trade saying import tariffs like those supported by the trump administration would hurt the state ivy released a statement monday saying import tariffs could cause retaliatory tariffs that would drive up the cost of items made in alabama and sold abroad ivy says growth in alabama's auto industry could be harmed if tariffs are imposed on us goods around the world almost sixty thousand people work in automotive related jobs in alabama president trump announced monday that he is directing the pentagon to create a quote space force unquote as a six branch of the military service congressional approval would be needed to establish space force the us air force currently handles any military operations in space dr george friedman the author of the future of war says that a space force would be needed a branch off as space operations outgrow the air force training for us in space command today is utterly different than the training for fighter pilots they're doing a very different thing they're engaging in mathematics computing a range of high technical things to manage our satellites in space.
"reed" Discussed on Fresh Air
"What what were some of the themes that you got from them let common themes from all three of those relationships about how they were treated by lou reed um i think one thing that ran through those relationships uh lose earlier luxury shirts with women was his desire to subsume them to make them part of his world um you know need the is a word that came up a lot uh and talking about lose relationship with lovers and um uh you'll part of that was you know he let me lou hated being alone at any time and so you know that obviously put demands on the relationship but also he wanted you know these within nato in in certain instances took common work for him yeah i was lighting designer our manager or just be with him all the time uh the a record companies would call them and just say no look lose we have feeling this or doing that as a possible to calm him no calm him down um so there was that but there was also you know they also trunks for about a cut of sweetness outing shelley all but has college girlfriend um there's just a delightful person of gotten to know her a bit uh talked about you know just the difficult i mean lu would hide drugs in her dorm room yoshida gotten kicked out of schools could have gotten arrested you know it was you know it was not a nice thing to do to somebody that you cared about but it always she was talking about the difficulties of him he knows having affairs with boys and with girls and using drugs than and that you just said you know but still like liu is the only boyfriend i ever had who on valentine's day give me at this gigantic red heartshaped box of chocolates you know it he loved though i mean there was a kind of convention aladi to him you know he would a gesture like that would you weed seem really meaningful to him he married his second wife on valentine's day and you know those kinds of aspects of who he was um.
"reed" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Linda's diseases just is just that's lou reed an f anita curtis welcome to fresh erin congratulations on your new biography of lou reed thank you so much it's a pleasure to be here so let's start with that song which sums up so much about what may made lou reed different from other music at being made at that time give us your take on heroin and how it fits into not only reads career but into the larger news iq of that time it's such a daring statement in especially was recorded in 19th 65 it came out in 19th sixty seven and you know it was the height of the summer of love there is a sense in which this was just a very different sense about what popular music could contain up i mean lou reed stated desire i mean he had studied with the poet delmore schwartz in college and he really had this idea came out of the fact that more heated rock lyrics liu loved rock and roll and he loved poetry and he thought to himself you know suppose we could make an album that someone like two or more schwartz uh would like the lyrics a yeah we can drawn people like allen ginsberg and william burroughs and that's what heroine is and it's also such a depiction of.
"reed" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now
"I am in is wrong stone these it now since they have in the studio wrong stone legend fed has been ranked the magazine for thirty five years and he has a new book out called lou reed a life well it's going to be outs can be out october 10th october 10th and it's a pretty definitive exquisitely research bagger free of lou reed and it obviously represents a very intense amount of work and i thought it would be good opportunity to talk about the life and music of lou reed with mr anthony to curtis i thought we might start with a clip of you talk in the lou himself someone in an occasion that happened fairly often you guys new each other yeah he was comfortable with you and the clip i'm gonna play is from a very different kind of interview did with him at the university of pennsylvania where you teach exactly and you got lou reed to come up to the university of pennsylvania and sit with the class and allow you to interview him in front of them and you actually talk about this in the eye the preface of a book explain a little bit about how that happen well it was a near every year uh we have a a kind donor who has a under written uh you know the ability to bring down a singersongwriter once a year but getting liu dow was really a trick and uh it was kinda like the one time lou reed played lou reed with me and now an um because this thing was like a year in the in the planning and um you know in a way that i i'm sure you're recognize is never a good sign his manager call me about two days before was supposed to happen it said on the hill maybe you should talk to loo i just thought i thought that was your job dna but um uh as it turned out leo lewis you'll beginning to have second thoughts and all come down to the interview but i don't want to do the other stuff but all of the stuff it was.