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"rockefeller plaza" Discussed on Late Night with Seth Meyers Podcast
"The Commission on presidential debates is approved plans for vice, President Mike Pence and center Comma Harris to be standing more than twelve feet apart it tomorrow's debate, which is something pence ask for before the pandemic. From Thirty Rockefeller Plaza. In New York City. Please enjoy this podcast edition of late night with Seth Meyers on today's show set Chatsworth journalist and author Bob Woodward but first a closer look. Residents staged the. Deeply reckless photo.
"rockefeller plaza" Discussed on Late Night with Seth Meyers Podcast
"The Senate yesterday passed a bill to spend nearly three billion dollars on conservation projects unfortunately. It's for the conservation of confederate statues. Reported from locations that are not Thirty Rockefeller Plaza please enjoy this podcast edition of late night with Seth, meyers on today's show Sept chats with criminal justice activists, Josie Duffy Rice who serves as president of the appeal, but first a closer look. President Trump's national security advisor is trying to cash in with the tell all book after fusing testify in trump's impeachment trial for more on this. It's time for.
"rockefeller plaza" Discussed on Late Night with Seth Meyers Podcast
"President trump's name reportedly printed on the front of paper checks for Corona virus relief payments which will be the first time president's name has appeared on an irs refund president trump's name however still has yet to appear on a check to the IRS recorded from locations. That are not Thirty Rockefeller Plaza. Please enjoy this podcast edition of late night with Seth Meyers on. Today's show Steph Chatswood. Msnbc's Chris Hayes but first a closer look now even. After ignoring those warnings the.
"rockefeller plaza" Discussed on Late Night with Seth Meyers Podcast
"Presidential campaign. Today making former vice president Joe Biden the presumptive Democratic nominee said Hillary Clinton before being tackled the ground recorded from locations. That are not Thirty Rockefeller Plaza. Please enjoy this podcast of late night with Seth Meyers on. Today's show up chats with comedian. Jim Gaffe again but first a closer look. The president is speculating about an unproven. Medical treatment. For Corona virus after ignoring repeated warnings about the threat of a pandemic. For more.
"rockefeller plaza" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"What we do what we do. Now I worked at NBC. I worked at thirty Rockefeller plaza. They all worked at Solomon brothers, Leman brothers Merrill, Lynch Chase Manhattan Bank. That's where they all work. I worked at NBC now in show business saying you work at NBC is pretty good on the food chain CBS Entercom. Iheart discovery. That's all major league. Right. Your major league show business. It comes around to me. They said what do you do? Well, they had all said I worked in the city. I work in the city. I worked at the city. None of an analyst junior analyst that in assessment, thank Ford out of my mind. They come around to me. And I say what they said I work in the city. Because you're out again, I worked downtown I work on Wall Street. I worked at a back. They're all very vague at first now comes around to me. And I say I work at Rockefeller plaza. I work at thirty Rockefeller plaza. Nobody who works there causes thirty rock. They call a Radio City. That's what it's called. No one calls at thirty rock who works. It's Rockefeller plaza. It's thirty it's radio six from around the millions. They say, what do you what do you say? Well, I worked at thirty Rockefeller plaza. Oh, and they're all thinking, which investment Bank. Is it thirty Rockefeller plaza which accounting for thirty lakh of the now they come around again. What do you do at thirty Rockefeller? I work at NBC. Silence. I'll tell you what happened in a second. I'm Walter Stirling. This is sterling on Sunday. We are live on Sunday night. Did this so much fun to be what you I love being with you. I cited to form a metaphysical experiment. There's a phone call I decided to perform a metaphysical experiments and do a call in talk show on the phone at eight eight eight six eight eight W A L P eight eight eight six eight eight W A L T, eight eight eight six eight eight wwl to you. And I are talking about not sitting it, and what it feels like to not sit in with midnight misfits. And I used to think that this is a terrible thing. But you know, what? In fact, we are special people like you and me who don't sit in has an outsider's perspective all things and an outsider is the first one to see what's the problem is and the first one to come up with a solution. That's us. Now that this preppie waspy party where everything was white. They were wearing white shirts. White pants all the all the food was white. Jin Turkey chicken Whitebread manage their idea of an exotic condiment is catching. Now, come to me. And they said, well, what do you do? I said, Well, I I work at NBC..
"rockefeller plaza" Discussed on GSMC Social Media News Podcast
"Welcome back to the social media news podcast. We are going to talk about the iconic toy store. FAO schwarz. This is a bit happier than wildfires. So I'm very excited to talk about it. Now, if you know anything about this toy store, you may know that they went out of business. They are based in New York. It's a really famous the giant toy store. It's like in the movie home alone two he goes into the FAA Schwartz. Toy store in the movie big. There's the giant piano that Tom Hanks plays on. Yeah. It's very conic. I think. I had like they have their own toy brand that I've seen toys, and I want to say there was one in like SF or something or like San Francisco have mobile stores, but the big giant one is in New York and it closed down. It was bought up by toys R us. And we all know that toys R us went bankrupt is, but the good news is that this store Schwartz is returning to New York and they're going back to their. I believe they're going back to their flagship store and Fifth Avenue. That's closed. Okay. So they had a flagship store Fifth Avenue and it closed in two thousand fifteen but now FAO Schwarz is under a new owner, and they are bringing their store back. I believe it is in Rockefeller the Rockville building. Okay. And this is exciting. It's like I saw some pictures. And it's like the flagship store was huge when it closed, and this one is also huge many things that you've loved from the old store will still be there like the giant piano, and like, you know, their clock tower, and everything and that will also be there, and it's going to be in the Rockefeller plaza. So really good location. Thirty Rockefeller plaza in thirty rock, and they're saying that the goal of this new store is to be like experiential. So some of the reason like toys R us when? Out of physicists because everyone's buying toys online. Right. And so they're trying to say we want the the experience of going to Schwartz to be better than just buying it. Toy online, right and getting to explore the store and getting to actually see the toy and play with it before you buy it like what a novel concept of being able to hold that thing before you buy it exerts kind of the same idea that Amazon had there was there like instead of just buying it online. You can come in. And see if you like it, right? Then by everything just comes back into fashion. It really good. So they're going to be like so many things that you get to do. If you go to the store, they're like walls of Barbie dolls a build a bear workshop station a racetrack for kids to play with cars a space where magician will teach tricks. There's a candy shop and just like so many things it looks like a huge store..
"rockefeller plaza" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"A in rockefeller plaza and good morning everybody happy friday so nice to have you with us he mid morning home shopping and we have a special we are definitely configuration we don't do this very often we certainly don't so what you're receiving here is twelve ounces of your destiny bath and shower cream talk shows and it's time for the talk but donna opens her heart and speaks out in a new concert documentary and of course these soap operas sand through the hour was so the days of aside from their placement in the tv guide all of these shows shit something else in common they're all in one way or another fueled by what we might as gossip for as long as anyone can remember the idea of gossip has been a distinctly feminine won the classic sitcom i love lucy even dedicated an episode to it pitting a chatterbox lucy in a quest to prove to debbie that she can turn a blind ear if she searchers so where did this cliche women and gossip come from joanna wise is a writer and former television columnist for the boston globe the association with gospel women probably dates back to prehistoric times when there really were more traditional separations between men and women and they were women around the campfire women around the cooking in menstruating and doing all the things that that would do collectively which naturally leads to conversation i suppose it does kind of primordial as that but american culture at least has not really done too much to to to break out of of that framework you know we keep seeing gossip i mean i think about the real housewives show on bravo that has been you know series after series or kind of example after example of this franchise in all of these different cities where the whole thing is getting a bunch of women together and they talk about each other behind each other's backs nominally although they all know that they're talking to the cameras behind each other's bags and this idea that gossip is not just a thing to do a pastime but that it's a kind of a toxic enterprise this season on the real housewives of beverly hills go girl the real housewives franchise alongside similar series lack the bachelor i clearly aimed at a demographic of young women and perhaps gay men in reality of course men do gossip so why don't we see that on the screen i think back to a movie like when harry met sally which was kind of pivotal in my youth i think it was the mid to late eighties and it was about women's relationships and men's relationships and the men needed each other and talk to each other and yeah they kind of did gossip i think we called it something different maybe it was male bonding maybe it was the one on one with the guys maybe it didn't have that kind of group dynamic feel but i suspect that if you really think back about human relationships in you define gossip as talking about your personal life and your other things you know i think i are talking about your personal life and other people's lives i think people you know i think that kind of behavior in men may be wasn't as public wasn't encouraged or you know seen as as acceptable but i suspect that it's always happened no con artists piano sometimes it's best to sweep a big he's dead under the roof if soap operas television's most maligned genre in the world of books that title probably belongs to the romance novel filled with exaggerated emotions and women afflicted with the most trivial of conditions loan desire loneliness it's a far cry from the masculine and serious mazda works such as well the davinci code two genres of books sell the most copies of by far their mysteries and their romance novels so the mysteries are generally associated with a male audience and the romance novels are associated with a female audience the romance novels are devalued in popular culture i mean it really you're supposed to hide your book on the beach a little bit behind you towel or something it's supposed to it's supposed to be sort of a frivolous pastime a mystery novel somehow has more heft to it you're using your brain in some kind of better way but i it a very gendered way of looking at again what's you know a certain kind of serialized story the subject matter just happens to be relationships and other people the films of.
"rockefeller plaza" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Say more there a time between our second and third albums genocide and juice and steal this album where i quit for the reasons that i said before one just kind of feel like damn i been spending my whole life being artist and we started started i started time organizing funding it by telemarketing which is where the movie can and and but i somehow i don't know how it happened i started getting a obsessed with the idea of making miniature worlds to make statements with right like in i've started buying all this miniature stuff and going to dollhouse places like i had i had this idea that i was going to like i can you know i was gonna make a miniature of a prison cell in miniature you know i'd have an art show with you know these miniatures that say something about the world and then i was like yeah twelve people will see it so i didn't do that but i think it also influence is the way that i create because even with music and long story songs we do it's like trying to pull people into this world that we're i create the parameters and i'm able to make people feel a certain thing i guess that's a good yeah i think you know unfortunate things about social media is that it cuts the velvet rope and let's everyone she everything so if anything my love for anything else besides the crease in the music is is well known the reason why i wrote my last book about seth's once i started the tonight show which which is you know created that at thirty rock at thirty rockefeller plaza which ended up itself is basically the the harvard of comedy chanels on the eighth four seth meyers is there even for wild conan was there when we were first starting out so getting to know all these writers i'm a guy that obsesses over the engine process never the car but never the destination but just the engine so i'll say that for the last four or five years.
"rockefeller plaza" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Say more there's a time between our second and third albums genocide and juice and steal this album where i quit for the reasons that i said before one just kind of feel like damn i spent been spending my whole life being artist and he started started i started fulltime organizing i mean funding it by telemarketing which is where the movie came from and but i i somehow and i don't know how it happened i started getting a obsessed with the idea of making miniature worlds to make statements with right like in i started buying all this miniature stuff going to dollhouse places like i had i had this idea that i was gonna like i can you know i was gonna make a miniature of a prison cell miniature you know i'd have an art show with these miniatures that say something about the world and then i was like twelve people will see it so i didn't do that but i think it also influence is the way that i create because even with music and long story songs that we do it's like trying to pull people into this world that we're i create the parameters and i'm able to make people feel a certain thing i guess i don't have anything that that's a good s yeah i think we're gonna be unfortunate things about social media is that it it cuts the velvet rope and let everyone she everything so if anything my love for anything else besides the creation of music is well known i'm at the reason why i wrote my last book about seth's once i started the tonight show which which is created that at thirty rock thirty rockefeller plaza which ended up self is basically the the harvard of comedy and on the eighth four seth meyers is there even for a while conan was there when we were first starting out so getting to know all this writers i'm a guy that obsesses over the engine process never the car but neverthe destination but just the engine so i'll say that for the last four or five years.
"rockefeller plaza" Discussed on AP News
"To cook for family gatherings and leaves behind a husband of nearly forty years three children and eight grandchildren students described the attack to ktar k tv here then everybody just started running try to make it to the safest place i could the seventeen year old suspect dmitri pa gertie as went before a judge more than one hundred people on board a cubana airlines jet died in a fiery crash in havana plumbing natual cuba's president offering his condolences west virginia senators are calling the trump administration to release a study on toxic chemicals dupont used to make teflon they say it is a public relations nightmare excitement over the marriage of megan markle and prince harry i'm jacky quin your electric clock might not be running right on time because of a change in federal energy regulations some scientists say you're trustee older plugging clock maybe losing or gaining a few ticks over time electric clocks keep time based on the usually stable and precise pulses of the electric current that powers them in the us that's sixty hertz in the past regulators required power companies to immediately correct that ray tippin slipped off the mark but that precision is expensive to maintain so last year the correction part was quietly eliminated by the federal energy regulatory commission the erc insists other standards will keep the time in check and so far the problem is not amounted to more than a few seconds here and there a veteran sherpa guide has set a record for the most climbs of mount everest commie rita reached the summit wednesday for his twenty second time before leaving for the mountain last month he told the ap he wanted to scale everest at least twenty five times mountaineering been tradition in his family his father was among the first professional guides after the paul open to foreign mountaineers in nineteen fifty in another record set on wednesday of female sherpa made it to the summit for the ninth time shattering her own record for most climbs by woman this year's christmas tree in rockefeller plaza will be topped with a.
"rockefeller plaza" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Using it right now of course they are oh hello nsa in maryland that listens to our show often up you're learning something so this this this picture and i guess people care that that even if there was a payment made to the porn star with the name stormy daniels actress the actress i'm sorry they refer to her as the actress because he is just clean as virgin snow anyway that's that that if there was a payment made way back when ten years ago when he wasn't president this is front page news today that's just totally amazing to me listen to this this another full you wanna know why there's nothing like this with obama for eight years well i can't really go there another photograph in the article tell me the relevance of this please because there had to be women officer and a security guard stand outside the rockefeller plaza new york home to the office which is rated by the fbi boy that's a police officer and a security guard standing out in front of the building in rockefeller plaza that's all it says like what is that me what relation does it have no you got me yeah it's amazing may i guess maybe it makes it looks like there's a lot of information there yeah i know right does anyone actually wonder why no women came forward for eight years to discuss their little stories of being with people just wondering i guess there would have had to have been women but i'm just saying that it was interesting that not one ex girlfriend or not one former date came forward with obama not one well there are people that say he may have been homosexual like i said it would have had to have been women in the past to come forward but anyways this is just completely amazing i could've carry less if he would have been with a i don't know several prostitutes during that time because i would have probably imagine it at that time he's president now this has nothing to do with anything we have such bigger fish to fry at i can't believe this is the new story fan and they could even do this with the attorney they can they can use a warrant to search for something but warrants are very specific you can't just give them a war.
"rockefeller plaza" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"And blending to download all i and i still coffee on my desk and i have a box of kleenex they are so i grabbed the clean accent my jeff the still as jeff flake could isn't that i went to the ladies room and got some wet paper towels coast the coffee had cream in sugar and that's my doesn't want to stick keep now and i proceeded to wash the coffee as my manager called into his office and read the riot act that i was not allowed to clean up though i have a janitor cnn and then the future if i had i may still leave it alone and college am after and i thought that was one of the silly things i've ever heard it wise it was one sms things and inevitably the rural it he's that it was union that could cause a big uproar that i get in tripoli he'd get me travel and just don't do it when i when i were after dinner when i worked at nbc thirty rockefeller plaza there were many workrooms like that because they were every known union was in that building for example in order for me with a recording device in my office the our was just disabled i was not allowed to record i could play back something but i was not allowed to record but the dumbest work rule i ever had at nbc was that we had a photo shoot involving a sheepdog and one of the jockeys at nbc was going to have a photo shoot with a sheepdog because that was his image you know an allround nice wonderful warm guy we bring the professional sheepdog to thirty rockefeller plaza and the.
"rockefeller plaza" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"World wa ot wa yeah nbc news did not respond requests for comment as to whether holds unexpected early departure from north korea was related to the embarrassing ski resort snafu but inside thirty rockefeller plaza embassies more season journalists were cringing who produce this garbage aston nbc insider it is field producing 101 don't do a stand up somewhere that's been staged by dictatorial regime uh holds coverage was overseen by in a battle nbc news president nor noah oppenheim who travelled with holt and a camera crew to north korea weeks before embassy will cover the winter olympics in south korea holds reporting now has cast a cloud over the network's ability to accurately portray the korean peninsula going into the olympics critics near and far slammed holds coverage uh president uh trump's nominee for the us ambassador to germany richard grenell even took to twitter to offer some advice uh to the embassy new star protect for lester holt when everyone is worrying matching jackets it's a staged event where was the what's the idea what is what is it that they're trying to portray you know i mean the media's done this before with uh you know like cuba but think about the back and forth we've had with little rock math so i don't me to bring felton john back into this but it'll be off his new album exact little arrived man i it the tone was from the liberals but that the the crazy guy the uh the the unstable guy is not kim jonghoon the dangerous guy's not kim jongun it's president trump giving deference to kim jongil on but the former administration did that not necessarily or specifically to kim jongun but that often gave deference to our enemy what is what what's the meeting at nbc well as you know and lion any and here a you know and and and again you and i ask this uh the this question uh because it's an number one you have to be extremely naive to put together a report like this either you're completely naive and have no clue whatsoever uh which means you've got a lot of young producers who don't know the history of it or you hate trump so much right but you not hate trump so much and you wanna make trump the bad guy mmhmm when it comes to relations with.
"rockefeller plaza" Discussed on KKAT
"Um hold said the resort is and i'm the resort is quote a source of immense pride for a country trying to present a new and modern face till the world war old y yeah nbc news did not respond requests for communist weather holds unexpected early departure from north korea was related to the embarrassing ski resort snafu but inside thirty rockefeller plaza embassies more season journalists were cringing who produce this garbage aston nbc insider it is field producing 101 don't do a stand up somewhere that's been staged by dictatorial regime uh holds coverage was overseen by in a battle nbc news president nor noah oppenheim who travelled with withhold and a camera crew to north korea weeks before embassy will cover the winter olympics in south korea holds reporting now has cast a cloud over the network's ability to accurately portray the korean peninsula going into the olympics critics near and far slammed holds coverage uh president uh trump's nominee for the us ambassador to germany richard grenell even took to twitter to offer some advice uh to the nbc news star protect for lester holt when everyone is worry matching jackets it's a staged event where was the what's the idea what is what is it that they're trying to portray you know i mean the media's done this before with uh you know like cuba think about the back and forth we've had with little rock man so i don't me to bring felton john back into this but it'll be off his new album exact little longer i have man i i the tone was from the liberals but that the the crazy guy the uh the the unstable guy is not kim jonghoon but dangerous guy's not kim jongun it's president trump giving deference to a kim jongil but the former administration to that not necessarily or specifically to kim jongun but but often gave deference to our enemy what is what's what's the meeting at nbc wellness a lyon any and here is a you know and and again you and i ask this uh the this question uh because it's an number one you have to be extremely naive to put together a report like this either you're completely naive and have no clue whatsoever uh which means you've got a lot of young producers who don't know the.
"rockefeller plaza" Discussed on WINS 1010
"News time 503 for rockefeller plaza and the today show studios it was an overnight headline which today cohosts savannah guthrie never dream she would be delivery matt lauer out at nbc after a female staffer went to hr the other day and complained about what the bosses described as an appropriate workplace behaviour this audio courtesy of the today show all we can we are heartbroken arm heartbroken dare dear friend partner were lied to by many many people here and i'm heartbroken for the brave colleague a came forward to tell her story and any other women who have their own stories to tell abc news president andrew lack put it in a memo and allied lower had been fired for the original accusation as well as other claims the ride is put out an article detailing some of the alleged other including an alleged incident where lower exposed himself to a coworker and demanded a sex act outside nbc socalled window on the world literally a window where people can peer into the studios to watch the today show live who abduc says some people were actually walking away today after the news spread what people gathered here outside the today show seem stunned by this news of matt lauer sudden firing the same time many were not surprised these two ladies had just arrived at the today show plaza traveling in from newport beach in california this reality that hopefully people are going to face to face amid this may stop but i'm shocked that matt lauer congress is going on forever but now somebody blew the whistle and everybody's all the women are carried out saying hey this happened to read the savagery but it's a look it in in the the government all the men there that fool around for years they tell me there disgusted by what has become of american culture glenn shock ten ten wins at rockefeller center there has been no comment from lower he is obviously omitted from tonight big tradition the lighting of the rockefeller center christmas tree but the show will go on intent in winds will bring it to you live complete with a build up which begins on our air right now night and newsmen jones's air in sets the scene for this afternoon on the.
"rockefeller plaza" Discussed on KOIL
"Christmas tree lighting tonight when a different mood will prevail here in rockefeller plaza for now it's one of shock at the firing of matt lauer advice him for years salle it's really shocking crazy very disappointing tale he's been the face of at broadcasts for more than twenty you're right i know it's crazy devastating but the can't wait around for something else got for bed nbc news said it fired matt lauer after receiving information of inappropriate sexual behavior throughout 2014 aaron katersky abc news new york the white house says defended controversial re tweets by president trump the way house is not backing down following president trump's read tweets videos from a fringe british nationalist purporting to show muslims engaging in acts of violence secretary sarah sanders says the president is in pushing antimuslim propaganda but making a case for national security i think it's important to talk about national security and national security threats that sanders says she has done spoken to the president about where he first saw those videos karen travers abc news the white house the nation's largest muslim civil rights group says you would expect to see this kind of video on hate sites and not on the twitter feed of the president of the united states the president also tweeting major sanctions will be imposed on north korea today comes after his phone call with the leader of china about the regime's latest missile launch the white house says the president emphasize the need for china to use all available leverage to stop the provocative launches the senate tax bill could go to a full though tomorrow actually form will help americans in every district in state across this country house speaker paul ryan the gop can only afford to lose two votes forward to.
"rockefeller plaza" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Perfect nice africa's everybody job thank you kevin cava male unbelievable thank you thank you everybody thank you boy what a week the rain finally stopped today i don't know why that is funny but i'll take it i'll take it yep it doesn't matter where rains in the country people always in the same day we needed it we needed it well i didn't need it out here a vacation i get one week earlier i won nice weather that's what i needed never hear anybody say that for like a tornado we needed that turkey tornado we made of that cluster tornadoes we are too much traffic dumeni trailer homes and overpopulation yeah it was it was not working out and why is it always the cows that are caught up in the tornado you never see a horse or pay going around it's always the cows maybe they're more aerodynamic than there horses in the pigs it can you hear them going around you're like milk spraying everywhere well you know rain is typically an east coast thing this time of the year crystal santos back in new york in december and that's a great time of the year to be there by the way are the holidays or you know so beautiful i mean rockefeller plaza and fifth avenue all lit up with trump protesters it's amazing believable everybody everybody everybody was pro trust thing trump we needed it we did it.