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Fresh update on "reuters" discussed on The Crypto Overnighter

The Crypto Overnighter

00:39 min | 48 min ago

Fresh update on "reuters" discussed on The Crypto Overnighter

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Binance Announces New Transaction Limit By Fiat Partner  What Could This Mean For BNB

NewsBTC

04:02 min | 5 d ago

Binance Announces New Transaction Limit By Fiat Partner What Could This Mean For BNB

"10 p.m. Sunday January 22nd, 2023. By its announces nutrient limited by Fiat partner, what could this mean for B and B? According to a report by Bloomberg, crypto exchanged violence has announced that one of its Fiat trading partners signature bank will no longer be processing transactions of less than 100,000 as the bank attempts to reduce its exposure to the cryptocurrency market. Biden said this is a broad action affecting all crypto exchanges dealing with signature bank. And that efforts are underway to find an alternative solution immediately for members of its user community whose accounts are serviced by this bank. One of our Fiat banking partners, signature bank, has advised that it will no longer support any of its crypto exchange customers with buying and selling amounts of less than 100,000 U.S. dollars as of February 1st, 2023. This is the case for all of their crypto exchange clients. As a result, some individual users may not be able to use swift bank transfers to buy or sell crypto with free USD for amounts less than 100,000 U.S. dollars, the statement sent by violence to Bloomberg news on Saturday, Sid. Signature bank is one of the biggest Fiat banking partners in the crypto industry in collaboration with many industrial giants, including binance, kraken, coinbase, circle, and the now bankrupt FTX exchange. Following the heavy losses in the crypto market in 2022, signature bank lost about 64 of its shares after paying out 8.1 billion worth of digital assets and service of withdrawal orders during the last quarter of the year. To avoid similar losses in the future, signature bank has begun a massive withdrawal process from the cryptocurrency industry. To this effect, the New York based bank even plans on voluntarily reducing its crypto deposits by 8 billion to 10 billion. Related reading theta breaches one level courtesy of solid unchained developments how does signature banks action affect by its coin B and B following the announcement of signature banks minimum transaction limited by binance, there has been no significant effect on the B and D token. According to coin market cap, B and B is trading at 300 to 2.89, having lost only 0.11 of its value in the last 24 hours. Bus treating at 303.0 bust chart on treating view dot com. Ordinarily, B and B's price movement is within the range of an expected reaction as signature services only 0.01 of the average monthly customers on binance. Thus, causing no need for panic among investors. However, it may be too early to tell the full effects of signatures action on the B and B token, especially considering the ongoing social media rumors on binance's true relationship with the American banking giant. Related reading Shiba Inu shows aggressiveness with 20 jump in the weekly charts binance and trouble, apparently it is believed by some crypto enthusiasts that binance has been dealing with signature via an account belonging to key vision development limited, essentials based company that has been defunct since September 2021. According to rumors, signature bank imposed a 100,000 minimum transaction limit on crypto transactions only after forcefully closing binance's phony account. Some also say that Biden's is the only exchange affected by this nutrient limit policy, especially since there have been no official statements from other crypto exchange clients of signature bank. That's it. It is worth stating that all these statements are still rumors with no confirmation by any credible authority. However, by its users as well as B and B investors are advised to watch out for any developments in that space. Featured image Reuters, chart from trading view dot com

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Tron Founder Justin Sun Looking To Spend 1,000,000,000 on Digital Currency Groups Assets Report

The Daily Hodl

00:40 sec | Last week

Tron Founder Justin Sun Looking To Spend 1,000,000,000 on Digital Currency Groups Assets Report

"11 p.m. Sunday, January 15th, 2023 Tron founder Justin sun looking to spend 1 billion on digital currency groups assets report. Justin's son is reportedly eyeing the assets of digital currency group DCG. The parent company of embattled crypto broker genesis, and many other firms in the industry. According to Reuters, the founder of blockchain network Tron TRX and adviser to crypto exchange hubby is willing to allocate as much as 1 billion of his personal. The post Tron founder Justin sun looking to spend 1 billion on digital currency group's assets report appeared first on the daily HODL

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US Prosecutors Probe Binance Hedge Fund Connections

Blockonomi

00:36 sec | Last week

US Prosecutors Probe Binance Hedge Fund Connections

"9 a.m. Tuesday, January 10th, 2023. U.S. prosecutors pro binance hitch fund connections. Though the cryptocurrency market took a shift to the new year, CZ's empire has been continually tested. Following Reuters, The Washington Post was the next top publication to sit at sights on binance. According to a new report by The Washington Post, the U.S. prosecutors initiated legal proceedings against the leading crypto exchange for fraud. The post U.S. prosecutors pro binance hitch fund connections appeared first on blocking only

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Biden 'Surprised' Government Records Found at Old Office

The Trish Regan Show

02:07 min | 2 weeks ago

Biden 'Surprised' Government Records Found at Old Office

"Do a search and online search about Biden and classified documents, what you get actually is a whole lot of how this time it's different and how surprised he is to have learned of these things. That's the quote, big, during The New York Times, Biden's surprise to learn classified documents were found in private office Reuters. Biden surprised about finding out about classified documents, vows cooperation. The headlines continue Biden's surprise about classified files discovery at former office says the BBC, it's all very controlled and they're regurgitating what he said earlier today I do want to point out that The White House hasn't had a thing to say on the timing of this, which I'm going to get to. But here are the president first. People know I take classified documents of classified information seriously. When my lawyers were clearing out my office at the University of Pennsylvania, they set up an office for me secure office in the capitol when I, the four years after being vice president, I was a professor at Penn. They found some documents in a box cabinet, or at least the closet. And as soon as they did, they realized there were several classified documents in that box. And they did what they should have done. They immediately called the archives, immediately called the archives, turned them over to the archives, and I was briefed about this discovery and surprised to learn that there were any government records that were taken there to that office. But here's the thing. You learned a week before midterms that had happened, and yet the public heard nothing until now. So if you go back to that sound bite, you can see there are a few things at play. He wants you to know he did the right thing. He's surprised, couldn't believe this, but oh, guess what, it was in this special closet. Well taken care of. That's I guess what we're supposed to infer. Except for the fact that, again, a former U.S. official, the vice president of the United States had classified top secret information in his office, anything tank because he was teaching at Penn. And

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Crypto Downzing Continues as Huobi Plans to Prune Workforce by 20

Finance Magnates

03:59 min | 2 weeks ago

Crypto Downzing Continues as Huobi Plans to Prune Workforce by 20

"10 p.m. Friday January 6th, 2023. Crypto downs continues as will be plans to print workforce by 20. LTP class guadagno normal caught the downsizing wave that swept through. The cryptocurrency industry in 2022 is still on track as satchels based. Cryptocurrency exchange will be has disclosed its plans to print down its. Workforce by 20. LTP GTL TP class Guatemala normal coop will be told Reuters on Friday that it intends to maintain a very lean team to cope with the current bear market in. The industry this is even as Justin's son trans founder and member of hobbies. Global advisory board disclosed in an internal memo seen by the outlet that. The crypto exchange has about 1100 employees. LTP GTL TP class Guatemala normal quad son also noted that the crypto. Exchanges plan for some structural adjustment has a first quarter 2023. Completion target. The board member expects that the company's reorganization will produce short term benefits for the exchange LTP LTP class Guatemala normal texting justify genesis and silvergate capital cut jobs for classical normal quad meanwhile, genesis trading on Thursday. Announced its second round of job cuts in less than 6 months. Sources put the figure of affected workers at about 30 the company attributed the action to. Efforts to move the business forward. However, the development comes amidst. Subsidiary genesis global capitals of the finance magnates dot com cryptocurrency with genesis leads to our users classics and request quote target crop line quat roll quote follow caught trouble. With geminal tagged over 900 million unpaid debt related to the Gemini trust earn program LTP LTP class Guido meso normal quad watch, the FML S 22 session on the future of digital assets LTP GTL TP class Guatemala normal quad similarly, crypto focused bank, silvergate capital corp, also. Announced a plan to reduce its headcount by 40. These job cuts come as crypto. Exchanges search for succor in the face of dwindling investor confidence in. Crypto LTP GTL TP class guadagno normal texting justify crypto exchanges cut jobs in recent. Months of classical missile normal quat in the past few months, a number of. Crypto exchanges have also pruned down or announced plans to shed there. Workforces LTP GTL TP class guide normal texting just to flatten early December, by bit laffer of finance magnates dot com cryptocurrency by ten ounces, no job cut 5 months after workforce a term quote target crop blank real quick follow-up made public its plans to tag to. Further term its workforce with confirmed sources putting the figure at. About 30 the revelation came 5 months after bybit shrank its workforce. A bybit spokesperson said the aim the new layoff round is to remove overlapping functions and build. Smaller but more agile teams dot qualify missile normal textile and just one day a week before by deposit announcement. Kraken, one of the longest running cryptocurrency exchanges of the finance magnates dot com cryptocurrency crypto exchange a croc and cut school bail workforce by 30 quote target crop line quat roll quote follow caught decreased. Its workforce by 30 tagged firing. Approximately 1100 people in order to adapt to current market conditions. This article was written by Solomon Oladipo at WWW dot finance magnates dot com.

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Crypto exchange Huobi latest firm to slash staff Reuters

Forkast

00:16 sec | 2 weeks ago

Crypto exchange Huobi latest firm to slash staff Reuters

"11 a.m. Friday, January 6th, 2023. Crypto exchange will be latest firm to slash staff writers. Seychelles based crypto exchange company will be plans to lay off about 20 of its staff. According to a Friday report from Reuters

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'Ethics' Committees Are Coming After Rudy Giuliani

Mark Levin

01:43 min | 3 weeks ago

'Ethics' Committees Are Coming After Rudy Giuliani

"Before I get to The Washington Post I want to talk about my friend Rudy Giuliani What they are trying to do to Rudy Giuliani is evil It's unconscionable There's an organization that goes around filing ethics complaints against attorneys who worked in the last campaign And the reason they're doing this is to try and prevent these attorneys or future attorneys from working on behalf of conservative and Republican candidates Let alone Donald Trump And now some of them are fighting for their livelihood They're fighting for their license They're fighting for their career And this is sort of the scum of the earth that we're up against Even though I don't wish to put down scum compared to these people And of course they file it with our typically left wing lawyers extremely hostile places like Washington D.C. and New York in the case of Rudy Giuliani And Reuters writes Giuliani should be disciplined over 2020 election case ethics panel says Rudy Giuliani violated at least one attorney ethics rule in his work on a failed lawsuit challenging the 2020 election results on behalf of then U.S. president Donald Trump This one run on sentence and should be disciplined a district at Columbia attorney ethics committee said it's an attorney ethics committee In other words attorneys in Washington D.C. which votes 95% Democrat

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FTX Founder Sam Bankman-Fried Arrested in the Bahamas

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:19 min | Last month

FTX Founder Sam Bankman-Fried Arrested in the Bahamas

"Sam bankman freed was set on his way by two Stanford law professors who are very good law professors, but law professors don't really know a lot about the world. I've been a lot of professors since 1996 and I kept my hand in private practice under the arrangement I hit with Chapman and I only teach one semester a year now, but I like being a professor, but I like being in the world more. Most professors are simply not connected to the world. So if they were giving sandbank men free advice, even if they're very good law professor doesn't mean he was getting great legal advice. He was arrested yesterday. That happened late last night. I just posted on my Twitter feed, a story from Alice news items, the last thing I read before going on the air because it's the latest breaking news and it comes in the earliest. FTX founder Sam bankman freed was arrested in The Bahamas at the behest of U.S. prosecutors on Monday. The day before he was due to testify before Congress about the abrupt failure last month, one of the world's largest cryptocurrency exchanges. The arrest marks a stunning fall from grace for the 30 year old entrepreneur, why they known by his initials SBL. Who made a boom in Bitcoin and other daily asset digital assets to become a billionaire many times over until FTX is rapid demise. That's a Reuters story that John Ellis is quoting at the top of F of Ellis news items this morning.

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Binance Signs LOI to Acquire FTX.com

Ethereum Daily

01:35 min | 2 months ago

Binance Signs LOI to Acquire FTX.com

"Binance signed a non binding letter of intent to acquire its rival FTX dot com. The deal does not include FTX U.S., which operates as a separate entity. Binance CEO CZ said FTX CEO Sam bankman fried reached out for help amid a liquidity crunch. FTX dot com has seen over $6 billion in user withdrawal requests over the last 72 hours. The move comes after binance announced plans to liquidate its position in FTX and declined and offered to have its position purchased from Alameda research, which is also owned by SPF. According to Reuters SPF approached other cryptocurrency exchanges, including oks before reaching a deal with binance, semaphore also reported the FTX was looking to raise more than a $1 billion from investors by midday on November 8th, the exchange is suspected of having a multi-billion dollar hole on its balance sheet after reportedly landing assets to Alameda research. The acquisition is currently pending due diligence from binance before a decision is made. Coinbase CEO Brian Armstrong assured users that the exchange has no material exposure to FTX or FTT and no exposure to Alameda research. Coinbase also published a blog post disclosing it holds $15 million worth of operational deposits on FTX, coinbase claims it never repurposes customer assets and holds user funds one to one. The statement comes as FT axis liquidity crisis ripples through the market akin to the collapse of Luna three arrows capital and Celsius,

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Why Charlie Pierce Is Dreading Election Day

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

Why Charlie Pierce Is Dreading Election Day

"You in general wrote a piece of America has a long history of fumbling its democracy. You say I shouldn't be dreading election day the way I am. But you are. You said I've been dreading it for an entirely new reason, a reason I thought we left behind with tammany hall in the north and with the Klan in the south. I'm dreading the actual act of voting all over the country and you talked about the Reuters piece about the network of election deniers and trained rat ephors to put it nicely. Yeah, they're holding seminars on how to disrupt how to disrupt polling places, so the nice volunteer ladies can have miserable times. Yeah. I mean, what a collection of lizard people these are. I mean, just awful.

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U.S. aircraft carrier arrives in South Korea as warning to North - Reuters

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 4 months ago

U.S. aircraft carrier arrives in South Korea as warning to North - Reuters

"A U.S. aircraft carrier has arrived in South Korea for joint drills The nuclear powered aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan has arrived ahead of the two countries military exercises that aim to show their strength against growing North Korean threats The joint drills will be the first involving a U.S. aircraft carrier in the region since 2017 when the U.S. sent three aircraft carriers including the Reagan for naval drills with South Korea in response to the north's nuclear and missile tests the South Korean navy says the exercises are meant to boost the allies military readiness and show the firm resolve by

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U.S. Government Makes Contingency Plans for Rail Shutdown

Mark Levin

00:55 sec | 4 months ago

U.S. Government Makes Contingency Plans for Rail Shutdown

"You see the prices at the grocery store You see many of the shelves of the grocery store There's still not enough baby formula there but the media is not covering it And the other things are starting to disappear And then we have a potential U.S. rail strike Reuters The White House today may contingency plan seeking to ensure deliveries of critical goods in the event of a shutdown of the U.S. rail system while again pressing railroads and unions to reach a deal to avoid a work stoppage affecting freight and passenger service Does anybody remember any of this happening during the Trump presidency A possible railroad strike Supply chain issues Does anybody remember this Wide open borders and all the consequences from that

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Visa Joins Mastercard & AMEX in Categorizing Sales From Gun Shops

The Dan Bongino Show

01:15 min | 4 months ago

Visa Joins Mastercard & AMEX in Categorizing Sales From Gun Shops

"Washington examiner Jenny goldsberry September 11th 2022 Visa joins Mastercard American Express in categorizing sales from gun shops Oh he did Folks libs have been pushing for this forever In what used to be categorized if you purchased a gun using a Visa Mastercard or American Express card from a firearms store Again it perfectly legal product you were entitled to buy for sport for hunting for self protection for the protection of your family whether you're law enforcement officer or not as your constitutional right Liberals have been pushing forever to get those categorized in a very specific class because if they're categorized as general merchandise and I'm putting together a list of gun owners I don't want a list of general merchandise people They could have been purchasing knives It could have been purchasing paper products mugs I'm just looking at things on my desk Those are all general merchandise too So libs have been pushing forever And now quote Washington examiner the international organization for standardization confirmed via spokesperson Friday that one of its subcommittees had voted to approve a new merchant code for firearms which were previously categorized as general merchandise according to Reuters

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BlackRock Defends Work With Climate Groups Amid Republican Attacks

Mark Levin

01:13 min | 5 months ago

BlackRock Defends Work With Climate Groups Amid Republican Attacks

"A BlackRock Inc executive said the top asset managers work with investment industry groups doesn't prevent it from making independent decisions for clients Looking to counter a growing line of attack from Republican U.S. politicians Rights Reuters Delia blast BlackRock senior managing director In a letter sent late today wrote that we do not coordinate our votes or investment decisions with external groups or organizations You do impose your will otherwise this would not be an issue For instance she wrote that when BlackRock joined the climate action 100 plus An effort among big investors to engage companies on climate change the firm made clear that it was not a grain to trade shares or acting concert with other investors to acquire tight control of any company I seem to have read I think it was in the New York Post That they did in fact compel ExxonMobil to choose one or two radicals to serve on its board

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DOJ Is Likely to Wait Past Midterms to Reveal Any Trump Charges

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

DOJ Is Likely to Wait Past Midterms to Reveal Any Trump Charges

"The reporting according to Reuters is that the Justice Department will wait until after election day. If there's to be an indictment, according to, I mean, and who knows? After Comey made his goofy announcement about Hillary and the server and all the crap that she was involved in with the server in her in her water closet in chappaqua. Somehow that's not a big deal, but this really is. This is the big deal. I need to ask you and let's just let's just stay focused on that. What will your reaction be? If you see Trump, handcuffed, and marched out of Mar-a-Lago.

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U.S. to announce $3 billion in new military aid for Ukraine - official - Reuters

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 5 months ago

U.S. to announce $3 billion in new military aid for Ukraine - official - Reuters

"I Mike Gracia reporting the U.S. is giving Ukraine $3 billion in military aid for years ahead The Biden administration is expected to announce today the United States will be sending roughly $3 billion in additional aid to Ukraine to help train and equip Ukrainian forces for years to come Officials tell The Associated Press the package will fund contracts for as many as three types of drones In addition to other weapons ammunition and equipment that might not reach the battlefront for a year or two The package is being provided under the Ukraine security assistance initiative According to officials familiar with the matter the new funding is largely aimed at helping Ukraine secure its medium to long-term defense posture Several officials discussed the aid on condition of anonymity before its public release Mike Gracia Washington

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Russia says 'no need' to use nuclear weapons in Ukraine - Reuters

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 5 months ago

Russia says 'no need' to use nuclear weapons in Ukraine - Reuters

"Russia's president accuses the U.S. of trying to drag out the war in Ukraine as part of what he describes as Washington's alleged efforts to maintain its global hegemony Addressing a security conference attended by military officials from Africa Asia and Latin America Russian president Vladimir Putin accused the west of imposing a unipolar world order that prevents nations from choosing their own path Putin reaffirmed his long held claim he sent troops into Ukraine in response to Washington turning

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Ukraine says it is targeting Russians shooting at, or from nuclear plant - Reuters.com

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 5 months ago

Ukraine says it is targeting Russians shooting at, or from nuclear plant - Reuters.com

"The velocity of war in Ukraine is increasing Russia's military has pounded residential areas across Ukraine claiming gains as Ukrainian forces press a counter offensive to try to take back an occupied southern region striking the last working bridge over a river in the Russian occupied cursor region Ukrainian authorities say a Russian rocket attack on the city of kramatorsk killed three people and wounded over 12 others on Friday Russian troops and rebels are seeking to seize Ukrainian areas north and west of the city of Donetsk to

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"reuters" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:20 min | 11 months ago

"reuters" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Special report the Russian invasion of Ukraine Russia says they're ready for a comprehensive agreement on security issues following military operations in Ukraine That's according to Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov who said Russia wants Ukraine to agree to a neutral status live rob also stated he believes Russia's relationship with China will get stronger despite sanctions This comes as Reuters reports the Chinese vice foreign minister said western sanctions being opposed against Russia were becoming more and more outrageous at a Beijing event on Saturday Officials say more than one and a half million children have fled Ukraine the United Nations Children's Fund issued that estimates Saturday after Russia began its invasion into Ukraine late last month The agency is warning the massive displacement of refugees could lead to a significant spike in human trafficking UNICEF said between February 24th and march 7th more than 500 unaccompanied minors were found fleeing in a Romania The agency noted the actual number of children fleeing is likely much higher This has been a special report the Russian invasion of Ukraine I'm Chris Karachi And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom Governor Kathy hochul announced today that COVID related hospitalizations in New York State are at their lowest point since August 3rd According to the latest numbers released by the governor's office the number of people hospitalized with COVID-19 dropped by 53 over the past day to 925 5 COVID deaths were also announced today New York City's new health commissioner doctor ashwin vasan says that the city's private sector vaccine mandate will remain in place indefinitely Doctor Vaughan said he was also keeping the cities mask mandate for children under the age of 5 in place until further notice He spoke at a briefing on Friday The news comes as concerns continue to grow over the new omicron sub variant BA two which now accounts for about 30% of new COVID cases in New York City I understand New Yorkers concern given where we've been over the last two years and successive waves that rising cases in other parts of the world would lead to anxiety That's completely understandable The new health commissioner also urging New Yorkers to get boosted if they are eligible Just 36% of New Yorkers have gotten a booster despite it being available for months Former treasury secretary Larry summers says the Federal Reserve will need to raise interest rates higher than officials are currently thinking to control inflation When inflation goes up if you just raise interest rates as much as inflation went up then you're not changing real interest rates at all If you want to tighten policy you have to raise interest rates by more summers says an interest rate of four to 5% is more likely he was interviewed on Wall Street week on Bloomberg radio Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Susanna Palmer This is Bloomberg You're listening to balance of power with David Westin on Bloomberg radio Still to come this hour the information war I talk with the CEO of radio free Europe about efforts to inform the Russian people about events in Ukraine But first China is now battling its biggest coronavirus outbreak since the pandemic began in Wuhan more than two years ago with reports that president Xi went before the Communist Party's central committee to urge the swift containment of the spread of the epidemic I talked to Craig singleton senior fellow at the foundation for the defense of democracies about the crisis For most of the pandemic I would say China's COVID case loads remained well below that of other developed nations at least according to Chinese statistics that said China's COVID mitigation strategy relied heavily on mass lockdowns in some cases for tens of millions of people for weeks at a time China also repeatedly delayed the adoption of highly effective western produced mRNA vaccines relying instead on two of its less effective domestic alternatives Also troubling is that in places like Hong Kong less than half of residents over age 70 even elected to get vaccinated often citing concerns about the potential side effects and efficacy of the Chinese vaccines And so what China is learning the hard way is that policy is put into place at the start of the pandemic or frankly no match for our virus and the variant that is constantly mutating and adapting So it would take those in order if you would Why the delay in the mRNA approach was it a not invented here issue And by the way they fully opened mRNA vaccines now They haven't embraced them yet And some of there have been a number of concerns and questions about why there has been this sort of repeated delay there I think big picture for she is that this COVID research just could not be occurring at a worse time for him He's already grappling with a rapidly cooling economy a host of other domestic challenges at the same time China is largely perceived as having tacitly backed Russia's unprovoked invasion of Ukraine and now finds itself pretty isolated I think that central to China's pandemic messaging though has been this notion that China's government was in effect managing the crisis much better than its democratic rivals namely the United States And the Chinese Communist Party attributed those perceived successes to Xi's hands on management style although tensions have been running very high in China as the population has had to endure with the effects of these very painful zirconium lockdowns And these latest omicron surges are likely just to further undermine Xi's domestic credibility and his governance narratives particularly as ill equipped Chinese hospitals face a massive uptick in COVID-19 cases The Xinhua news agency says that president Xi is now urging the swift containment of the spread of the COVID-19 epidemic Is there any occasion they're changing course or are they just doubling down on their sort of lockdown approach It certainly sounds more like staying course approach Mass lockdowns in some of Chinese China's major provinces including several of China's economic powerhouses are just it's almost certain to lead to further declines in China's industrial output placing pretty significant stress on China's already strained supply chains making matters worse as Russia's invasion of Ukraine with oil and commodity prices spiking These sort of sustained lockdowns could worsen China's record high unemployment rate which remains stubbornly above 5% for the last few quarters despite the Chinese government's aggressive attempts to stimulate the economy And so these macro level pressures will almost certainly complicate the Chinese Communist Party's efforts to maintain what it calls has called economic stability It's priority for 2022 It's going to put Chinese growth out of probably the growth target out of reach The cost target is 5.5% is that what it is now They said quote around 5.5% during the recent the recent two Sessions meeting and they've given themselves a little wiggle room there but I suspect you're going to see downward pressure on that number and it seems almost unattainable at this point So one question is what this means for president Xi is he wants to be re upped toward the end of the year when they have a party Congress Most experts I've talked to say there's no question he'll get to be reupped But what about the social fabric in China Because there's been something I believe of sort of a deal between the.

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"reuters" Discussed on Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism

Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"reuters" Discussed on Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism

"Welcome to future of journalism, a podcast from the Reuters for the study of journalism. They had the leadership development at the institute..

"reuters" Discussed on Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism

Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"reuters" Discussed on Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism

"It's a purely political choice whether we as societies decide to use some of these options. That's for each of us to make up our own minds about a citizens, whether we think this is right, whether we think it's a good opportunity in the society where we actually live in the context in which we operate. But what we can say from research is that if we go by what is currently in place, what policymakers are proposing and what public opinion research can tell us outside of a handful of unusual countries, it's not a very popular choice. So take support for private news media across the 33 markets where we ask the question in the 2021 digital news report, it's just 27% who say that they would support the government stepping in to help commercial news organizations. It can't make enough money of their own. And I think even more acutely, even amongst those who are most worried about the future of the news media, there is little support for government intervention as the solution. And whatever our personal opinions on the matter, I think most of us will be able to understand why much of the public is skeptical of resorting to subsidies for commercial news media. First of all, much of the public doesn't trust the newest media. Secondly, many do not feel that the news media respect represent and reflect them. Or they may fear that news media are intertwined with narrow commercial and or political interests. And even if they don't, they may not want their hard earned tax money handed over to news media that in some cases continues to have double digit profit margins, even as they cut their newsrooms and pull out of covering local communities. So there are a few encouraging developments on the policy front. We are seeing increased scrutiny of competition in the online marketplace. We are seeing a few individual commitments like the U.S. federal government promising 30 million U.S. dollars in seed funding for the new international fund for public interest media led by Maria wrasse and Mark Thompson. But there are also continue to attempt to cut public service media, of course, often cheered on by made a newspapers. And the fact that most governments have done little or nothing to help independent news media, even in the depth of the coronavirus crisis that's so clearly illustrated what a crucial role they can play. I think it's indicative. Of the limited political appetite for a significant public support for journalism. And that's without even going into how frequently what is presented as support on closer inspection may really turn out to be tools for media capture, long exercise by strategically offering and withholding government advertising to ward and punish, for example..

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"reuters" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"reuters" Discussed on WTOP

"Optimal tax relief dot com Money news at 25 and 55 This is a Bloomberg money minute Some of the inflation in food prices that drove inflation levels to heights not seen since the early 80s up almost 7% in a year have sent profits of four of the biggest meat processing companies about 300% higher during the pandemic Reuters cites The White House economic team is saying those companies financial statements contradict their claims that the higher meat prices came from transportation and labor costs President Biden himself weighed in on the labor issue he called Kellogg's plan to permanently replace about 1400 striking factory workers and existential attack on a worker's union and its members jobs and livelihoods Tesla without Elon Musk Reuters says Musk tweeted he's thinking about leaving his jobs and becoming an influencer Wall Street did not worry about inflation investors were ready for the reported end of the day sending the S&P to a new record with a gain of 45 It was up almost 4% for the week The Dow rose 216 the NASDAQ 113 From the Bloomberg newsroom I'm Joan doniger on P at least two dad after a tornado hits a nursing home in Arkansas details after traffic and weather The following is a paid commercial message In her hit song fallen Sarah McLachlan says I fall in I've sunk solo I've messed up better I should know Heaven and to take my hand nowhere left to turn Hi this is lon Solomon and I know exactly what Sarah McLachlan's talking about because at 21 years old that's exactly where I was And then someone told me about Jesus Christ Hey if you feel like you've messed up beyond repair I got great news for you God takes messed up fall in lives and redeems.

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"reuters" Discussed on Discussions of Truth

Discussions of Truth

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"reuters" Discussed on Discussions of Truth

"Everybody knew this was a technology that would be this mad scramble for the scientists and Hans Hamlin was in a position to deliver them. Now, a conventional history will tell us that we just got lucky the Americans got lucky. We stumbled on the rocket scientist, but we prove in the book that Hans kendler delivered them, and then at the end of the war, faked his own suicide, and that we, the Americans had him in custody long after the war long after his reported suicide, which was adjudicated validated by a German corps. So he consequently, nobody searched for him and we've been in touch with the Mossad, the Israeli intelligence agency. The visn thaw center, the U.S. Department of Justice office of special investigation, those are our Nazi hunters. Nobody searched for him because everybody bought the bought the suicide. So the most surprising aspect of this book, although there are many, many others, is that overall story arc, the fraud that was perpetrated on the world by Hans camera with the help of the Americans. Can you identify any Americans that were behind this scene? Well, through the work of these researchers I mentioned the indefatigable work of the researchers. They've just uncovered lots and lots of documents. It seems that Hans kendler got most of his help from the U.S. Army, CIC. That's the counter intelligence core. And the guy who had his name on the paperwork was a lieutenant a major and then lieutenant colonel Dale garvey who worked for army CIC, the counterintelligence corps. They were the group that recruited that found kamler recruited him and then had him in custody for 11 months after the war. So there are other names involved. Some of them are more speculative. I mean, the biggest name probably is Alan dulles. There are some strong suggestions that he was involved in this. He certainly had knowledge of it, whether he was an architect of this plan and we can't really prove that, but we can certainly show that he was involved in this whole swirl of activity, the idea of the U.S. recruiting Nazis. Using that as intelligence assets are exploiting them for their knowledge and then helping them escape justice. In the case of kamler, even escaping any historical reckoning until the book had not seen. Dean is from your evidence are you suggesting that active Americans knew of this corrupt covered up angle while the war was going on? Oh, there's no doubt about it. There's no doubt about it. His death was being documented. His suicide had been documented while we had him in custody. So it's interesting because in the post war right after the war, there were two groups of Americans present really..

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"reuters" Discussed on Discussions of Truth

Discussions of Truth

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"reuters" Discussed on Discussions of Truth

"And science great to be with you. Well, it is a pleasure of mine as well dean. Dean, let's get right to it. And discuss discuss the hidden Nazi the untold story of America's deal with the devil. Take a moment if you would, please, sir. And introduce yourself to listeners. Ian, first of all, it's great to be with you. I'm a lawyer by training and trade. And this book was brought to me actually by a colleague of mine from my college years who've been researching what he described as a notorious and all powerful Nazi general in doing his research, he came across another researcher column Lowry in Ireland. And I was brought in as a lawyer to draft an agreement so the two of them could share their research. And this friend of mine Keith Chester who became one of the researchers in co authors of the book, said he made startling what I described as unbelievable claims about the provenance of this general and the ultimate story that they were in the process of uncovering. I couldn't believe it. But all I had to do was write an agreement so they could do a collaborate together and share research and so on that basis that I got involved and then became the principal author. I have practiced law and been in a federal law enforcement I've seen the way the world works. I've been involved in a couple of book projects before. So it was on that basis, really. That's my background that led me to this project. So you're a lawyer by trade. What is your experience in law enforcement dean? Well, I've been in the inspector general community of the federal government for about 5 years total. I would say, that is a part of the federal government that polices the expenditure of federal funds with grant recipients and also by federal agency. So when you think fraud waste and abuse, the IGs, the inspectors general are the guys who are out there at the men and women who are policing the use of funds to make sure that the funds are not being misappropriated and not being stolen outright. And when used they're used to properly within the guidelines of the grants. Were you finding any misuse of funds during your time? Plenty plenty. Yeah, I mean, I was in smaller offices, so our grants were not a mammoth Department of Defense grants, where there were so many opportunities for much more fraud. But we saw a lot of misuse of funds that people spending money on things they shouldn't have been spent on. And we also saw some outright theft, which is discouraging. But that's human nature. And that's why we have law enforcement. That's why we have laws. And laws are meant to be followed, but they're often broken and we need the enforcement side of things. Deane, did you ever at any time envision yourself getting into this book of this type of topic? I understand this was brought to you to draft an agreement between two resources, but you've put your name clearly on this book. Did you ever did you ever consider getting into this topic? I did not. I mean, the other book projects I've been involved with are law and policy. And I had always wanted to do something other than that. I am a fan of history, my heritage is German and I've always been fascinated with World War II. My father was an army officer, a U.S. Army officer, so he was abroad when I was born, so I happen to have been born in heidelberg..

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"reuters" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"reuters" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Tell Reuters. The president, along with the leaders of Britain, France, Germany, Italy, Canada and Japan are expected to emerge with the United Front on whether or not they will recognize the Taliban or sanction them. Peace agreement signed in 2020 by the Trump administration and the insurgents explicitly says the Taliban is not recognized by the U. S as a state. But the deal was based on the premise that the group would eventually join the Afghan government, not overthrow it that Steve Rapoport reporting and alcohol in family narrowly escaped Afghanistan after the Taliban seized power. I was very afraid for them, Amanda Maddie helped resettle in Afghan interpreter and his family in alcohol own back in 2017. The Navy veteran tells reporting partner 10 News. The family was visiting their homeland for our funeral and became trapped during the chaos of the Taliban takeover. He couldn't get through. His kids got dehydrated. They were getting crushed. They were getting stampeded. Maddie then went to work messaging her military contacts, eventually leading her to Senator Tom Cotton's office, which coordinated an effort to get the family safely into the Kabul airport. After days of uncertainty, the family is finally back on U. S soil. Eddie McLovin. KOGO News Fire officials in California say they're seeing conditions they've never seen before. As wildfires rapidly advance Here's Jessica Rosenthal out of around 100 wildfires burning in the West, a major one in Northern California is considered the priority should already stretched resources become available. It's not the biggest. But Cal Fire chief Tom Porter says the called or Fire is knocking on the door of the Lake Tahoe basin. The weather has has outstripped and mother nature has taken over and taken fires like the Dixie to places that I never thought was possible. The Dixie fires more than 725,000 acres. It is California's second largest fire ever recorded. And the 14th most destructive as of Monday afternoon, more than 42,000 people were evacuated in the fire areas support growing for cheerleaders at a high school in Moreno Valley, who say students from to macula hurled racial slurs their way at last Friday's football game. This parent is disappointed it hurt and people just don't understand that pain. I mean, I've been around long enough as an African American to know that it's very hurtful, regardless of what the racial slur Bizarre..

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"reuters" Discussed on Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"reuters" Discussed on Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

"How about the new york times new york times as we know sympathizers with terrorists give you a couple examples from august. The sixth yesterday a disciplined hezballah surprises israel with its training tactics and weapons all their marveling at the new york times over the military capabilities of a bunch of terrorists. They're romanticizing them. The second story from you. And this was by steven. Erlanger and richard opel. The second story arab world finds icon in leader of hezbollah and this was by neil macfarquhar. Who was said from israel last week that He lamented that. What we get now our bush's bombs instead of kennedy's milk Same guy arab world finds icon in leader of hezbollah trying to build up the enemy again at the new york times Of course they're not the enemy to the new york times. George w bush is the enemy and anybody allied with him in this case. The israelis bush israelis are the enemy. The success or failure of any ceasefire in lebanon will largely hinge on the opinion of one figure shake hassan nasrallah the secretary general of hezbollah who has seen his own ara and that of his party enhanced immeasurably by battling the israeli army for nearly four weeks. Yeah and it had a lot of help out there. Neil from fake forged photos and pictures staged events. You and your buddies in the drive by media have done a bang-up job in shifting world opinion against the israelis. But this is this is just over the line here the secretary general of hezbollah as though they are legitimate government elected by their people secretary general of hezbollah who gave him that title and if he gave it to himself why the world you respect it mr farquhar secretary general we are. We are now in the drive-by media in this country Extending titles of respect and auras of admiration to terrorist leaders..

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"reuters" Discussed on Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"reuters" Discussed on Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

"Gets back up and they cover the body up with the with the flag again and go onto their onto the to the photo op but it's very informative documentary. It's called hollywood and it's off one of the links. I'm oh yes. I've heard about this Tally would In fact the same term has been has been used in a different form to the Attached to hezbollah Palley zoo or something. I forget what it is. But it's it's it's It's all about the fact that they're staging they're acting Creating events for cameras and of course you know. Here's another thing for i i. I'm not going to sit here and believe that people are this stupid that these photo journalists are. This students are freelancers over there. They live in. Lebanon that reuters people. There's one guy did haji al shaykh all money. Whatever his name is. I couldn't care less anymore. But the bottom line is they get these freelancers and they hire them. You can't tell me that this guy made mistakes. His mistake was carelessness and getting caught. You can't tell me. These people are innocent victims of their own hearts. You can't tell me that they're trying to do the best that they can. And you can't tell me that the competitive pressures particularly in a war zone the primary culprits. Here i think it is a totally reasonable to assume that all these people are actively engaged human beings and their warzone. Active engaged human beings think and active engaged. Human beings have an interest in the outcome of events and it is clear through all these doctored fake fraudulent photos that people are attempting to present a false image and impression hoping to condemn israel in the pr sense in the spin phase of this to make their job even harder into also stoke the world up In in in sensitivity and sympathy and in favor of the hezbollah's. There's no question that's being done on purpose. It is these Oh my god. We're shocked why we can't believe that these pictures got. By our vast professional editors it got past the editors because the editors past them at just assume nobody would question it. That's what i mean but the arrogance. These people even after dan rather even after all the other exposes most of the people in the drive-by media still do not get the fact that they are being investigated on a daily basis by alternative media right before the program started today. Drudge posted the following story from reuters lebanese prime minister flood. Scenario are sonora..

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"reuters" Discussed on Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"reuters" Discussed on Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

"Just like they were not interested in rather for a while. What happened after the rather exposure was that the drive by media started denigrating the blogosphere calling them. The pajama media. A bunch of lazy guys. Don't go report that. No editors while they're no editors all reuters either and if there are editors at all reuters they're worthless skunks. they have no excuse on this of they. They're they're withdrawing the portfolio withdrawing the pictures and so forth and that seems to satisfy all. We made a mistake. Okay reuters has corrected it. there's no curiosity the rest of the media but we'll wait a minute if they're doctoring photos could be doctoring captions and making them up if they're doctoring photos. Maybe did what we learned. That came out of khanna actually not happen no curiosity no desire to go revisit. It that's the drive by media. You drive by you throw words and images into the crowd totally distort totally shake things up. Get everybody all roiled up than you drive down the road to the next event and do the same thing. It's going to be interesting to see if anybody in the in the mainstream drive-by media in this country has any outrage over this in terms of at least wondering if that kind of thing will boomerang or bleed into their own reputations they hang. I bet reuters this this photo guy will end up. Having their wagon circled around him he'll be given a pulitzer prize by somebody. He babied nominated for the for the nobel peace prize for all. I know because the trend is for all these people in the drive-by media circle the wagons when one of them is under assault even when so blatantly. Obviously guilty that it ought to be embarrassing and it auto caused an investigation oughta make these people worry about their own credibility industry-wide but nothing is business doctored photos and forged documents courtesy. If dan blander. I'm sure you can think of countless people on the phones thinking of of countless other examples. It's only gonna get worse for these people if they don't wise up here and understand that there are now members of an alternative media that scrutinizing everything there they do in their credibility is waning. I mean there's. Abc has a story again today. This that this is something. We reported on just A couple of weeks ago. If not even that long ago half of us still believe iraq had weapons of mass destruction. It's abc news website. But it's It's an associated press story by charles j hanley. Ap special correspondent did did saddam hussein's government have weapons of mass destruction in two thousand. Three half of america apparently still think so. A new poll finds an expert. See a raft of reasons. Why a draft and drumbeat of voices from talk radio to die hard bloggers to the.

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"reuters" Discussed on Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"reuters" Discussed on Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

"Yesterday so i think this is just tip of the iceberg. I don't think it's just limited. i'll reuters. i can't help but go back. When i first leveled the claim here about the phony staged photos in in kana. How the of executive vice president. The i've carol was her last name. I can't remember her. First name made the remark. How can people in an air conditioned studio like me or in a cubicle with a computer some six thousand miles away possibly understand what's going on they don't understand the competitive nature of what we do in this business know competitive nature because what we found is that in the case of khanna. The media is herded into a waiting area. They're all there is no competitive anything and then the there are two guys been named white t shirt and green helmet and these guys are always on the scene at virtually every disaster in lebanon and they parade these corpses before the media gaggle the on a certain occasion then four hours later before a certain backdrops so the same pictures. Go out with different timestamps on them. There's no competition they're just sitting ducks. They're just hurting. They're waiting like they do every day. You think they go at report news. Heli wait for the fax machine. They wait for press releases talking points from their buddies and then that stirs you wonder how every news media person in this country ended up calling cheney gravitas after he was nominated to be vp. We've got that montage. I don't wanna play it for you. But over thirty five media people over the course of a week referring to that choice as having gravitas because bush was a lightweight. So i mean this is a really serious thing. As far as i'm concerned because you know it's sorta like i've always told you with law enforcement. They're just as a natural tendency on the part of citizens. Forget politics here. There's a natural tendency on the on the part of of citizens to believe law enforcement. Law enforcement is the good guys. They're always the guys in white hats and they're always going out grabbing the bad guys when they say somebody did something that the human nature tendency is to believe it big media benefits from the same thing. It's just been they're they're they're on the scene there trying to get the facts and plus when they show you pictures live pictures or what move and in many cases in this case all reuters is being done in by the by the pictures but this is this is i think on purpose especially by all reuters for the express purpose of harming and destroying the israelis effort to win this war they have clearly chosen sides and it is with the has hezbollah's much what i call the drive by media has done the same thing now. You may be hearing about this for the first time. I don't know how engaged you're over the weekend and how much you have been made aware of this. But if this is the first year hearing of it there's a reason nobody in the drive-by media in this country is the least interested in this..

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"reuters" Discussed on Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"reuters" Discussed on Rush Limbaugh Morning Update

"For this. And that's what made me realize this this outfit. this bunch. This industry as destructive as it can be both to individuals to corporations and two cultures and societies never ever gets nor do the individuals in it ever get investigated. Now this is the second picture. And this was a doozy the second picture purported to show an israeli f sixteen f sixteen was not in the picture frame. It was cropped out what it showed was three or four missiles being launched obviously on innocent civilian targets. The caption is as important as the picture. It turns out that the real picture was of an israeli f sixteen firing off one flare as in chaff to try to confuse surface to air missiles if the has have any and if they were going to launch any you take the picture you duplicate or clone the flair and it streak of smoke through the sky which was being emitted in from behind the f sixteen when you see the real picture that cropped version made it look like these missiles had been fired or four of them The other thing that has just been discovered and the countless more there have to be countless more. Not just with reuters This this guy. Reuters has finally said We're not gonna use this freelancer anymore. Najah haji al shaykh. Whatever his name is. I couldn't care less and they've pulled his entire portfolio from their website And and but there's another picture showed from from about a week. Apart i picture is a wide angle view of a destroyed building somewhere in in lebanon. And i think that's on july twenty fourth or so twenty eight on august fourth the same picture. Well a picture at the same place close up showing one of the same buildings with a forlorn woman. Walking through the rubble was set out on the wire again. As evidence of a second bombing it was the same place the same destruction with the different angles different fields of view from the viewfinder and it's all been portrayed as as Two separate attacks in the first instance where the smoke was cloned to make it look. As though the whole city was was on fire they even cloned buildings. They cloned damaged buildings. I mean it was clear what the intent here is. The intent is to lie to the american people. They know that they're willing accomplices. In the drive by media internationally are not going to investigate are not going to be curious. Reuters wasn't even curious. These obvious fakes. Got past their professional editors their photo journalists editors. It didn't get past anything. They tried to sneak a bunch of fraudulent photos past other media at which would not be hard because they're all in the same page and of course consumers Who read this once again. As in the dan rather situation it was the blog. Sphere that That brought this to light to everybody's attention started by little green. Footballs and their website got clogged and other websites picked it up. What we have if if you're if you're new to this or if you haven't seen as much of the detail As there is to see and is much of the analysis. Because i mean it is devastating. Folks the The photo analysis that photo journalist experts have engaged in here. We have quite a few examples on the website. Now at rush. Limbaugh dot com. We put them.

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"reuters" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"reuters" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Sometimes directions can create leaders. Not just follow us. The e. y. And microsoft tech directions. Podcast combines our knowledge to find the direct route to the summit on ideas for leadership around digital and tag in the next episode ryan cunningham product lead from microsoft power ads and christie read e. y. principal discuss microsoft power apps and the rise of citizen developers the e. y. and microsoft tech directions. Podcast is out now. Download today from wherever you get your podcast. And you're on your way to the top. These are the daily tech headlines. Tuesday office third. Twenty twenty one. I'm jen cutter. Twitter announced a partnership with the associated. Press and reuters to improve highlighting reliable news and information on the platform from trending topics to countering misinformation. This will be in addition to twitter's crowd source fact checking system bird watch. Initially this partnership will focus on english language content after a beta test involving one hundred thousand users citizen is offering the premium protect service for twenty dollars a month protect opens new features on the app including a get agent button connecting users to a citizen operator for assistance. Instead of calling nine one one. The company states are protect. Agents are highly trained safety experts equipped to help in a variety of stressful or uncertain situations said in his currently in twenty. Us cities and protect launches today on ios with an android version to follow french intelligence. Investigators say pegasus spyware has been found on the phone of three journalists including a senior staff member at the country's international television station france. Twenty four corroborating. The findings of a previously released amnesty international report on the nso groups by were targeting journalists. Windows three sixty five is now available for business. Customers pricing starts at twenty dollars per user per month for those with an existing windows ten pro license providing one v cpu two gigabytes of ram and sixty four gigabytes of storage the top tier adcp's thirty two gigabytes of ram and five hundred and twenty gigabytes of storage cloud. Pc starts at one hundred sixty two dollars per month those without a windows. Ten pro license pay four dollars more per user per month. The italian vaccination registration system for the region of lazio is down due to an apparent ransomware attack. The region's president nicolas zingaretti posted on facebook. That the files in the system data center were inaccessible in the system was shut down to prevent the attack from spreading the system for booking appointments will be unavailable for several days but previously booked. Appointments are set to go ahead. Zoom has agreed to an eighty five million dollar settlement for lawsuit filed in march twenty twenty in the us district court in the northern district of california. The suit accused zoom of sharing personal user data with third parties including facebook. Google and lincoln as well as enabling zoom bombing incidents the settlement requires judicial approval to be finalized after being named in a lawsuit filed by the department of fair employment and housing alleging sexual discrimination and harassment blizzard. Studio president j allen. Brac has stepped down to be replaced by executive development. Vp geno neil and gm. Mike ibarra as co-leaders in a statement blizzard indicated a desire to change company culture pearson. The textbook publisher has announced pearson plus a subscription service for digital textbooks pearson plus rolling out on the us college campuses. This fall will be available on mobile and desktop. The low tier cost students. nine dollars. ninety nine cents a month for a single textbook at a time and the fourteen ninety nine a month tear allows accessing the full library of over fifteen hundred bucks. The apple also includes study aids. Like flash cards annotations and customizable fonts australian telecommunications company telstra announced all national calls and sms from their fifteen thousand payphones will now be free and that pay phones will become completely pointless from october. First overseas calls will still cost a fee hours after a critical article in the economic information daily affiliated with china's state run news agency shinwa tencent increased restrictions on. How long minors can play their game. Honor of kings the article. 'cause ten cents market capitalization to drop sixty billion dollars. As investors fear further government crackdowns the new restrictions for children under twelve include. Not being able to spend money in the game and only being able to play for an hour a day instead of an hour and a half apple has now made.

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"reuters" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

Daily Tech Headlines

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"reuters" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

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Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"reuters" Discussed on Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism

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"reuters" Discussed on Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism

Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism

08:48 min | 2 years ago

"reuters" Discussed on Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism

"In this half is it will dig into the most important transit will shape journalists in twenty twenty. One here are some of the questions. We'd like to answer in episode. Is it true to. The pandemic is accelerating the shift digital in the news industry which full matz and technologies. Hold the most promise for january twenty one and we try new streams will publisher exploring the next few months. We'll talk about this with our guest. Nick newman who's senior. Research associate editors institute and the author of the report journalist media and technology trends and prediction. Twenty twenty one which you can find on the reuters institute website. Nick welcome and thank you for being with us today. Thank you federica is so this is a report. You've also for a few years now. And it's based on a survey of two hundred thirty four senior executives from forty three different countries around the word which finding all findings surprised you. The most about is year import <hes>. I guess i guess. I should the optimism of the people we asked in the survey <unk>. Expecting to find given everything that's going on a huge amount of of of gloom and doom. But actually i think seventy three percent said they were optimistic about that. Companies specs and <hes>. Pretty much hof said. They were optimistic about journalism. In general which which actually is higher than this time last year and i think to some extent that reflects the fact that although the pandemic has been extremely difficult economically <hes>. Very distressing personally. It's also <hes>. It's also has taken away some of those barriers to change of sort of frustration. People on the one hand. And then i think secondly it reflects sort of confidence that somehow on the pandemic people what coming back to journalism but the product itself was really valuable to people and i hope that maybe we've turned a corner where we can again sort of distinguish journalism from from the massive information. That's out there on the incident. You mention change and a vast majority of the people you surveyed say to a pandemic accelerating to shift to digital. Do you know why they really mean by that <hes>. In which ways we'd say. The pandemic is transforming journalism beyond the. It's showtime fact. Right i think the the sort of accelerator effective specifically share. What was really good about the surveys. We had people talking about the different ways in which they expected that business to be different. Oh johnson to be different than twenty twenty one. And i think a couple of things. One is obviously working practices. So we so for the first time whole television output pink done from from people's homes using zoom for q. And this would have been on head of a year ago. We also <unk>. Newspapers being outfitted with literally nobody in the office so the whole thing was remote jenna sort of holding against many of these technology trends were forced to work in a different way embrace these new tools and i think you know talking to people this year. They say we're not going back to how things were. You know the museums of the future going to be different. They gonna be hybrid. That gonna be in person and remote together and this is really going to be about working out how that happens and that's partly about tools but it's also about trying to find a balance between efficiency remote working which people like by the way they say they want to go back to the office but also do you get the creativity. How'd you avoid the sort of lack of human contact which people find very difficult. So that's the first thing. And then i think the second sort of theme is really around gems self again. During the crisis we saw that there was a sort of renewed focus on on facts. Because that's what people wanted. The value specialist jones really came out with you a health journalist or whether you were answering this questions that was a huge theme. And i think we're all set so we're going to see specialism. I think it's going to be more valued answering questions. These full mats are gonna be used more invalid more. And then i think we're gonna see more coverage of certain areas like a mental health. Obviously it's gonna be huge theme more reporters covering those kinds of subjects wellness and also trying to find more positively in journalism as well so these are all themes that people talked about and so of course that's about the newsroom operation and the journeys site and what about impact of covid on the business of journalists right so i mean that's that's clearly being changing for some time and again covid nineteen has accelerated that shift towards subscription pay content. So when we asked people what was the most what would be the most important <hes>. Business model for that company in twenty twenty one subscription is now at the top. So what we've asked this question before it's been advertising. It's now subscription. So we're gonna we'll have more payables that's wh- more barriers to to content for some of us for example. We're gonna get quite irritated by that. I think the message is really revenue diversification so everyone is focusing on not know. There's no silver bullet is not subscriptions or advertising. It's kind of both of those. And then on top of that on average <hes>. Respondents said the full different revenue streams. We're going to be important to them this year and that included things like events which is a huge interest in e commerce animals said direct payment from platforms is going to be much more significant this year because google and facebook planning to roll out. More <hes> will goblins where they pay content directly licensed content directly. That's can be a real really interesting stories. Washing twenty twenty one. I'm curious about that e commerce <hes>. What has do journalists. that's a really good question. So so i think i think in in some ways this goes back to the fact that during the pandemic with much more used to buying things online and so therefore this old sort of chain of how you get interested in a product in the first place and then go on to complete it becomes much more critical so in the uk for example it was twenty percent of the beginning of the reach. A economizes percentage of to retail was twenty percent is now thirty five percent so massive increase in our familiarity with that impoverishes of thinking. Well how can we get involved with that. And so i think of two things one is you've got <hes>. Publishes toronto crate recommendations. If you like independent right recommendations the independent in the uk does not with its best buy section <hes>. You have the new times. A separate cycle walkouts <hes>. Where it's basically recommending in an impartial way different products and making fees from the but then you also have the opportunity to brand things directly so buzzfeed's been doing this for some time with a tasty ice cream for example based on it's tasty brand <hes>. And they are planning this year to <hes>. Focus on wellness and sex aimed at millennials and so they're selling things like sex toys and working with the manufacturers to actually sell physical goods online as well. So you can go. Jones will you can call it <hes>. Information but these are ways in which publishes thinking maybe we can get a share of that growing market before we move onto other topics you also mentioned events and has some one who pass was used to go to many events myself now of course moved on zuma online but were sorts of events. Might we see more of this year. What do you think. Yes so i think this is fascinating. I don't know how this is going to work out but again what we've seen is this. Enormous change was suddenly a whole you know millions of people have got confident and comfortable with going online and the paying for things and consuming things video so previously events very much about physical networking relatively small numbers of people high value increasingly. You can create an event you can invite you know. Hundreds of thousands of people to it'll millions in the case of sean michelle jarre. Who did his new concert. You can stream it. You can create a whole load of interactive content around it quite how this could work on decides ation terms. I'm not sure but publishes definitely looking at events and thinking about what is a physical event strategy online event strategy with us just to create an email addresses. And maybe how do we combine that and make it hybrid. So i think it's gonna be a lot of action in that space

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WZFG The Flag 1100AM

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"reuters" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Is opening another mega site to distribute covert 19 vaccines. This one in Gloucester County in the southern part of the state, But Governor Phil Murphy wars because we have the vaccines in New Jersey doesn't mean the pandemic is over, however. This pandemic will be over when we defeat this virus for good and a significant part of that requires getting millions of our fellow New Jerseyans vaccinated, he says. The site is open to all New Jersey residents who are health care workers and first responders, not just in that county. Right now the state is vaccinating just those groups, Murphy says. That will gradually be open up to all residents in the coming weeks and months. In Britain, where more contagious variant of covert 19 is spreading seven large scale vaccination sites open today. Goldman Sachs and Google have joined the list of companies pray, pressing pause on political donations. Earlier today, a major hotel chain made a similar announcement. Area International says it will suspend donations to US lawmakers who voted against certifying President elect Joe Biden's victory last week. Marriott spokeswoman tells Reuters. The company has taken the destructive events at the Capitol to undermine a legitimate and fair election into consideration and will be pausing political giving from its political action committee to those who voted against certification of the election. Citigroup says it will pause contributions as the country goes through the presidential transition and hopefully emerges from these events stronger and more United. GeneCo's sold to Fox knew more than two years after her death. The Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin has had a Detroit Post office named after her congresswoman Brenda Lawrence, who sponsored the bill to rename the Fox Creek Station said renaming this facility after her is a small gesture of gratitude for Franklin's countless contributions to Detroit and the United States. Post office is not far from the theater, which has also been renamed for Franklin. I'm Lisa. Let Sarah and this is Fox News. Here's your flag forecast. Patchy fog is possible across the area tonight under decreasing clouds with low dropping to run 16 as we get into your Tuesday will see plenty of sunshine. Highs work up to.

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