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"ryan elijah" Discussed on Wait What Really OK with Loren Weisman

Wait What Really OK with Loren Weisman

07:57 min | 9 months ago

"ryan elijah" Discussed on Wait What Really OK with Loren Weisman

"To me the Fox thirty, five morning crew I share about them to clients that I have all across the world the way that they deliver the elements of how they use the tempo, the temperature, the tone tactics, and I'll get into that in just a bit. It's a lot more than just reading the script and times when people are putting out their messaging they're just reading a script maybe it's not necessarily a teleprompter and maybe you're not on the morning news, but this can be a problem. Now. I've lived all across the world I traveled a lot I would always in the mornings when I got up I turn on the local news I found even before I was doing brand messaging. With the different morning teams in the morning crews I remember going through the Pacific. Rim. where I felt like I was being attacked by the news people, you would watch these two people very serious very stern. The posture is up the tone was harsh fast the tempo it was it was quick and it was just it was almost this angry reporting and there were other places where it was just a little bit too slow and then coming. Back to America and traveling through I, remember a lot of different markets with their little niche or that individual that thinks he's doing something that no one has ever done before. But in that he sounds like everyone else I've been in every major US market or watch the news in every major US market and I've never experienced for myself from my opinion a flow in the performance of messaging like I have from Fox thirty five here in Orlando. That what I like about it, it's not just the idea. Okay. Let's pair up a couple of different people. Let's have some you know back and forth. What's just just we're GONNA talk. We're GONNA read some scripts we're going to have fun. It's not that it's authentic and we've lost that a lot in the news. We see a lot of news stations where they put together this team in it's going to be this person on whether and this person on news. This is going to be the super serious guy. This is going to be the guy that comes off like he's the jock that now is the sports. Guy. A lot of these pre existing pre templates roles that station managers some station managers still use, and yet it isn't as effective. Now also, Orlando is a major market I. Believe it's the seventeenth and nineteenth somewhere in there and inside of that market, there are a lot of different news stations. Now inside have a lot of different news stations. You're hearing the same news something comes through yes. There might be a different you know pitch to it. There might be a different slant there might be a different angle. There might be a different way of of certain parts reported certain parts not but in a sense, it's all the same. And that's one of the problems that we find in marketing. It can be all the same and the two different people. Can share the exact same message and from that bring out different results, and that's again where I like to highlight Fox thirty five and where I'm going to highlight it and really pinpointed today is my daughter's birthday. And last year she was it was a couple of days before her birthday and she watches Fox thirty five in the mornings when she turned four even when she turns five when I get up in the morning, she wants to turn on the news. She doesn't like the other new stations I mean this is this is a five year old. Now that is fan of good day Orlando and I watch it and it's not just the characters to her or the people there. She maybe she doesn't understand the fullest extent of the story, but she feels comfortable. She feels safe. She's connected with these people that she's never met. And in that, it allows her to pay attention. It's allowed her to ask questions she's engaging more at five because of the way the messaging is performed and it's not some false performance but that's something for us to all consider thinking about when we're putting out whether it's from an audio standpoint video standpoint, even the quotes, how are you messing authentically? How are you performing the words? This is where a lot of brands go wrong to. They get that color by numbers businessperson they write this color by numbers bio that they can't even speak out loud because it doesn't feel like them. They come up with a marketing campaign or they're convinced to subscribe, and by these temp laid scripted pre written marketing campaigns and as they put them out, they don't have the impact of the effect or the promised results like the other people because it's not them. Inside of looking at your messing whether you have to read something from an FDA stander from a compliance standpoint. You can think about all the elements that are going on around it. Deliver messaging that can go through it and engage an audience from five to fifty to seventy to eighty and beyond. I mentioned before about tempo temperature tone tactics pauses. Coming back to the team themselves a Fox thirty, five of amy cough failure a guy named Ryan Elijah Christian. Janis Jamie King and Danielle knocks. It's not just what they deliver and what they're reading and I've worked in television and you know the people that are just there. For the ones that wear glasses, it's almost like you could tie strength at the end of their glass and line right to the teleprompter they're never gonNA look away. They're just going to sit there and focus and yet at the same time watching these people, these individuals, it's almost like to me in my experience and I believe in my daughter's that they are trying to communicate with an audience they're trying to communicate with the families the last number of months where so much fear. was used as a promotional tactic around the corona virus. There was a calm there. I worried about the news is worried about my daughter watching the news at that time I watched some other stations around here and the tone it was fearful and yet here yes, this is some scary stuff but these were people that were engaging with what was going on. Yes they were reading it off the screen and some of that stuff could be read by another new source and sound very scary. But here it was being shared for what it was. It's the PAS in the tempo and that tone to you've I've. I. Remember in Seattle. Number stations up there. You had somebody talk about just just this massive accident and just yet chaos and destruction and the number of people dying, and then they flipped to an immediate feel good story or a political campaign or something else and it left just this bad flavor. It's like, okay. I'm going to hit this I've hit this period now it's onto here. Now I'm shifting to their whether it's the same. Person reporting at Fox thirty five or a hand off. It's a transition from one person to another. There are pauses there are understandings there's the people are feeling here. It's not just reading, and again, this comes back to what you're saying if you're in a product right now to help someone to help someone in their health, it's not just scare them and then click switch boom where the answer and everything's GonNa be wonderful. It's transitioning. It's the temperature from not going from hot to cold immediately. But being able to warm someone up into something or cool someone down into something. One of the things about Fox thirty five and to consider for your messaging is not necessarily a once you have the messaging together. It's not necessarily the words verbatim..

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"ryan elijah" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"ryan elijah" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"That process doesn't no it doesn't I? If you you have in boarding going to store to buy more or to try to buy and sell their you get these in the first of all. Here's the first of all supreme is and at a specific market so people that normally grocery shopping by orioles already. They're not going to the Supreme Court like Oh man I got more now. People that bought the orioles supremes. They bought US specifically because it says a plane like me being who I am and like the high. He's a hyped. Whatever yes I'm going to have these in my house because everyone want to come over and these will be my housewarming gifts. Yes that's those. La Kinda Shit. That's what I'm saying. These Supreme Orioles thereby Orioles Pacific before that. They don't give a shit about any other oreo cookie. That comes out if he doesn't have that supremo. That's they. This is a money ploy to get them hate me. That's all I'm saying. Yeah that's that's what I thought that was said but it isn't go beyond that one specific product. No that's all they doing. So for instance that plan on their their intuitive impulsive by behavior. That's definitely for instance right like the pope wanted doing. Collaborations is to bring At the partner up and to bring to merging fan bases together. So like for instance Travis Scott Right you let them designed Jordan's people that are his fans are gonNA be more likely to buy it and say that Travis Scott can't play basketball. He can't skate and uses here dropping. All these dope collapse. Point is the whole thought is okay even if they are not sneaker. His travelling travel people buying the Travis Scott as artist. So that's exactly so they're gonNA buy his shoe right just like basketball players. I like Brahma by Islamabad issue. Like virtual bond shoe they might see some other Jordan's in whatever whatever this is why stores do sales. Okay you go come in for the sale but as you're in there you're going to see some others that you like and you might buy that right. No there's no that same effect oriole because maybe Orioles van had been hearing. Sneaker heads tossed their name around oreo fours Oreo sixes. And they're like fucking. We want a piece of the Pie. You know actually do a collaboration. I agree you'll get more with that. Then you would with his dumb as cookie. I'm not mad at the cookie jar that it's GonNa be description of this week's episode. I'm not mad at the cookie real quick. I'd we didn't do this earlier. I wish I thought about it. But you know one of the segment before show A minute of hey kate in our producer. She is not a sneaker here. But it's always funny getting her thoughts about specific shoes that we're not as many threes today and she actually likes dogs or do you not bad. Give me some buzz late your vibes. But they're not bad. I got the eggplant on so yeah and when she is funny she said it. I was like yeah. I can kind of see that Iran so they actually did like a toy story. Four lie penny three kind of based on his Co. Away. I wouldn't be actually get those other shoes that you had. What were they the back to the future? Oh yeah the one zero to those little The lights on the sticker buttons that Fisher was always interested in like getting people's input. So you actually like these these and it's funny because she basically hates every shoe we all come in here with. Yeah I gotTA play this game. I mean those. Are there too simple Natalie. She's overly simplistic but you gotTa Chicago announced. That looks like I just want to see what she thinks. Oh see those are plain simple to those are also kind of basic today. They pretty based on dead stuck his height. And I say Mo- boom is that I just love to wear to death when I'm running errands like they say. Clean Sue for you to run around anywhere. You didn't get charged for next honestly. I thought she was going to issue with that. Was going to say something about how they look with. The the water wave looking thing on. They're not bad they're fine. Okay now I WANNA actually another period to do a blood libel like a custom. I'd be though that will be though we know someone that does customs no do puzzles with the green. Actually these high you. The disaster should hire me. We should put more thoughts in issue. Today I are but I got to think of some crazy. Finally leave may have seen Malcolm X. Yes Oh my God I will never go to Newark New Jersey. Oh my goodness over. Probably the best. There's no reason to really go to New Jersey. I agree with sales tax on clothing. We we with the New Jersey Secaucus. Dan Finish our own people watching that documentary lot. So this departed kills me. I'M GONNA try to like I give forty percent of the blend. Fbi The sixty percent went to the. Oh easily yes easily and it had them say oh. It happened ancient history. These are the same people that will indict America based on history but now all of a sudden history should just be left in the Pie. Learn logic so ridiculous and it was like. Yeah we know. Who did it? Say Bro Are you serious as an US Ryan for you quote Unquote Tail because I was Ryan Elijah but you are also in a former to the FBI snitching on Elijah. And this this the Cherry on top you allow to other innocent black men to say jail. Go to jail when you knew who did it man. That's L was like wow almost to me and I was the first one when they when the white cop was precipitated micromax and he wake up like what. You're doing my job. He was like you ain't doing your job today. Yeah like you ain't Malcolm X. And then when they call the COPS. Karston they'll just walking like this Malcolm X. And they and they cleaned up the crime scene or get ready for the seven o'clock. Good man do that. Whole documentary me hot. Though the part that got gave me chills though is the fact that my man was caught on camera the big dude in a trenchcoat and under black amax was a real in the fact that some do from somewhere New Jersey or wherever. He's from did more to find out who actually did it then. Fbi like how you out investigate government which you know why. Because he didn't WanNa do side do the found out. He told his lawyer. And they still didn't want pursue anyway this episode to fifty three And so Shelter listeners shot to everybody who listeners. Travis Scott Dami. Im buying them up on so I duNno was you guys. We love you..

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"ryan elijah" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"ryan elijah" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"I'm Marty lans April on vacation this week at green gonna be joining me momentarily right now on fox thirty one pinpoint weather sunny dry day ahead and currently fifty three degrees looking for a high of right around eighty now on Colorado's morning news of crimes for scribed burn skews me Lambert counties grown out of control leading to mandatory evacuations the elk fires burning in an area near the glacier view metal subdivision southeast of red feather lakes voluntary evacuations for glacier view gates include one three five and six mandatory evacuations for glacier view gates include seven to thirteen Livermore community church has been set up as a shelter for evacuees the red cross is being called in as well in a tweet to learn or county sheriff's office says the fire is one hundred seventy five acres and is ten percent contained fifty homes are threatened decal shell came away news more than seventeen thousand Adams County voters who live in Aurora got ballots with the mistaken direction the instruction for the worst city council large race and ended up being wrong somewhere along the line we changed vote for two to vote for one clerk and recorder Josh is able bomb says corrected ballots will be sent out tomorrow voters who haven't wrote voted yet use the corrected ballot those who cast regional ballots can vote against Maryland democratic congressman Elijah Cummings has died Cummings was the chair of the house oversight committee more now from ABC Jim Ryan Elijah Cummings was born in Baltimore and received his undergraduate and law degrees there he served in the Maryland house of delegates before winning a seat in Congress in nineteen ninety six he won reelection eleven times never dropping below sixty nine percent of the vote he was a vocal political opponent of president trump who referred to Baltimore earlier this year as disgusting rat and rode into infested the congressman extended an invitation come to Baltimore.

"ryan elijah" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"ryan elijah" Discussed on WCTC

"The house nast the children who by the way were ages eight eleven if they wanted christmas gifts he handed the 11yearold several items including an amazon gift card and cowering book in the mothers saw something going on walked out and the guy took off quickly so this it's never a bad time to remind your children about these things well by stranger danger yeah definitely yep it it it the although might ahern's that are warn me about it and he strehler hollering he's put him out and fleece him tom by glaze gave his guy of ryan hands or writing a man i voted banning it also whit about it is that what i actually remember what i was in i even third fourth fifth brewery i walked to school myself and i y'all myself so anybody that would be anybody there would approach me i guess who knows it will be easy at the time i didn't ways much that way now that just pick me up a snatch me here throw of yeah i just didn't think of that stuff you just have different now who was different than i remember actually being in first grade and walking home and having the havilland go into the pharmacy to uh going asked the pharmacy or people ryan elijah dow helm across the street gang because my mother was home with third watt tore the kid rise yeah more uram brooklyn a lot of busy straits over us as it's absa i when i think back wow let me know crossing guards who was one one crossing god but that i was over another street but on the street to i actually work the two blocks so one blog was of course in a hawaiian out and help you cross hit it neither yes yeah people were very kind back then nowadays armoured who've as an we canada but today they wouldn't want to be responsible while you patch rhino that's right could yom across the street yet but if something happens on than responsible for you because i said it was okay you know they don't wanna know why i guess what helps is that my parents and grandparents were customers of the pharmacist sure so you know they probably say when they hey you know what around this time every day little time he's going to cut legit would you mind and and.

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"ryan elijah" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

02:17 min | 4 years ago

"ryan elijah" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Okay popping up in something soon right to kick off with a question from readers this one comes from at mackie some shen who asks if you have a foam cartoon primary negotiations with the eu who would you pick and why while an at a i i am looking his you're you're right there i k side alabama where lay while from reverend wright okay yes now i have seen a for you fail now i just didn't know the sudden recognizes surname alabama will with our everybody loves alabama weli because she's an amazing combination of galileo and cunning and sweetness and sexuality say nothing all of those things a super important when it comes to negotiating a great trade deal with the willies her marriage her married name so it's conference clarence while he isn't it yet get married was us also signed before possibly i really wanna know that know do we have a free no i'm not sure i'm no cherie look it up look up keep talking and so i i think she she's one of my favorite film carried says of all time and i just kepting when you posted this question i kept thinking about that same with her james and gundel fini where she essentially you know calcium spoiler alert for anybody hasn't seamed months and she displays all of her best character traits in that very same basically she a suites she is charming she tries to trick came in them when that kind of doesn't work she results to blow torching him in the face with has ryan elijah smashing a toilet system every had putting a corkscrew and his for and then shooting him yes i'm not i mean i'm not vacate from violent number one i i i think some of those skills coming hyundai at some point in political negotiations on whitman all obama whitman episode in the film burger in the film are never remember that being part describes burger bombshell i'm going to throw makuya any it's because he's i was gonna say icecold.

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