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Former ABC News executive says Chris Cuomo harassed her
"And then in TV news executives accusing CNN anchor Chris Cuomo sexual harassment Shelley Ross is written previously about being sexually harassed by former fox news boss Roger ailes and in an opinion piece in The New York Times the ABC executive said that Chris Cuomo who formally reported to her greeted her with a bear hug and then squeezed her buttock while she was at a party with her husband in two thousand five Ross says Cuomo said I can do this now that you're no longer my boss and she responded No you can't and pushed him away she said her husband witnessed the incident and that Cuomo sent an email apologizing shortly afterwards saying he was ashamed Cuomo told the times that he apologized to her then and he means it now Chris Cuomo has faced criticism for his role in advising his brother Andrew Cuomo who resigned as new York's governor last month over allegations of sexual harassment I'm Jennifer king
"roger ailes" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Available November 26 Don, Who Lou Bombshell, the film about the women at Fox News and their fight to take down CEO Roger Ailes, then entirely taking place in a car that's been immobilized by ice. It's the 2020 flick Centigrade that comes to Who Lou on the 27th. Next week on Amazon Prime video. Paul Bettany stars and the Amazon original drama film. Uncle Frank, about a gay professor who reluctantly returns to his hometown to attend his father's funeral bombshell also pops up on prime on the 26th, followed by Life in a year, starring Jaden Smith, who sets out to give us dying girlfriend a lifetime's worth of experiences. Then on HBO Max next week of flight attendant wakes up in a Dubai hotel room with a dead man. But with no memory of what happened. It's the new HBO miniseries The Flight attendant on that's new to view on I Heart Radio. Happy Binging. How side effect to the pandemics. High unemployment rate entrepreneurship is on the rise. Many people have been forced to start their own small businesses just to survive, especially service businesses, including personal trainers, hairstylists chef's car washers, just to name a few selling their skills to people who still have jobs. Census Bureau data shows applications for tax I D numbers by the newly self employed who do not expect to have any employees surged 32% in the first nine months of this year and 77% in the July to September quarter, the largest quarterly increase on record. As the Wall Street Journal reports..
"roger ailes" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Howard Kurtz is the media guy over at Fox. Said. Shocking that big tech is showing their bias. Nice try at Jack Look tight has really turned after the fiasco off Twitter and Facebook, censoring the Hunter Biden story, which even liberals can't defend, which even Jack Dorsey can't defend because he backed off the policy. Republicans are going to excoriate these tech CEOs for blatant bias and suppression of free speech. And even Mark Zuckerberg and see this freight train coming. He's saying there should be maybe some changes to the mini law that has shielded these companies from being responsible for their content. Yeah, they want to be regulated so nobody else can get into the business. I again I always bring up the same point because it's so obvious. For decades. ABC, NBC, CBS. That was it. They owned the television world. And They were all bias to the left. Nobody went in, regulated them and said, You have to say you have to have people on fromthe right? So Rupert Murdoch and Roger Ailes started Fox News. They saw an opportunity where there was a dearth of information from people that are giving an ex spouse ing. The conservative views on the topics of the day. And as you know, it's wildly successful. So my question for all these outfits is, do you Are you sure you want to make sure that you want them to be regulated? Because it's so they'll come after your newspaper next, Bill McGurn. Roger Wicker. He's a senator from Mississippi. He's the chairman of this committee. Of of it's being held virtual, so there's no real fireworks anyway, he said. It's time to stop. It's time to stop the free pass under current long they get a free pass to censor anything they find objectionable. In my view, I don't think we should leave it up to big tick to decide what is objectionable. And what is it. I am I the only one in the world that is going. Wait a minute. Who were you? Tell these media companies what they can and cannot include in their sights. Is it So you're gonna have to go to the New York Times and require they put in a bunch of conservatives. You're gonna have to go to Fox and tell them they've got to do a bunch of lefties. And it will bring back the fairness and broadcasting doctrine again, which was applauded for being squashed back in the 19 eighties. So, Roger Wicker says they're getting a free pass. Howard Kurtz gives his response. Well, it's a hard line to draw. But I must say right now, Twitter is pre bunking on issues of the election and mail ballots, in other words, not even waiting for somebody to post and that's bunk. Nobody needs Twitter to be the National Hall monitor for presidential politics, and I think that these Silicon Valley giants have become most powerful media companies on the planet. It seems to me that it depends, of course on who wins the White House. But Democrats have their own issues with big tech, such as decimating local journalism. So for these CEOs testifying today, the free passes over there their years of broken promises of too little too late. I think have brought to this moment when they're practically inviting government intervention. I think they are, but I still don't know how they're going to write the law without violating the constitutional rights of these companies. And again. Hi. I mean, Take your whatever media you want. I mean, is CBS a powerful broadcasting company? You better believe it is. ABC, NBC. You better believe so. That was Howard Kurtz. Big objection is that they're so big and powerful. Well, there's a lot of other big and powerful that are running around out there, too. I think they're I think they're asking for a fight. Along the constitutional lines. 855295 66 100..
"roger ailes" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Here's why, and just consider it from my perspective and again. I don't care whether you believe this stuff about Trump is true by his true but think about it from this perspective for three years. Plus, all we heard about were the scandals of Trump, right? I've heard my congressman Adam Schiff say, I've soon evidence from Russia the on ly evidence that was ever produced in any of the stuff. Whether it was the Mueller stuff or the Ukraine call was a transcript that was put out by the president himself. Here. You have a story with emails, text messages, loan documents and witnesses and the news media won't even cover it. Okay? Don't can I stop frustrating? Yeah. But it does say what we all are. I don't know how much we agree on this point, but a cz, the leader of the pack here, I will tell you that this sort of thing, whether it's just this or many other examples where the alight from or you don't You deserve is an American citizen, right? I think you do. Fair and, yes, much I choke on fair and balanced. That phrase stolen by Roger Ailes. That meant nothing when it applied to Fox News, But there is a fairness quotient. Open this truth, Justice and the American way. I don't know whatever a phraseology want to use. But it isn't happening, and it's so obvious and I don't want to necessarily say well see, That's why Trump deserves your vote because they're all against him. It applies in so many different capacities. It isn't just the politics of the election, but it's information all across the board. When you look at the the bias that has come from The the coverage of of covert 19. And I mean you can come across with so many different examples. Of this sort of thing is out of hand. It's out of control, and it's very, very damaging to the system. Really damn Russian, Russian, no name and the Chinese. They That's the kind of country that sort of thing is the policy of Russia, China and other places that we're not supposed to be like. You weigh a lot. I've been talking a lot as you guys know, I surround myself with people from all Viewpoints. My mom, my best friends. I mean, my gosh. Victoria, my my co host on my other radio show. My mother. All of my friends are not on the same political side of the aisle is me. But what frustrates me about the story is not trying to shake people and say This is what I've been telling you about. No, this is so far beyond Trump and Biden. This is about where we get truth and who controls it, because I really believe that anybody who thinks that this isn't a big deal that the news media is doing this, they should probably like moved to China because this is what the Chinese media does. This is not what we are supposed to be doing in this country and again. I don't care if you believe it, But I want you to at least hear the story so that you could decide if it's true or not. And there is a there is now a large group of the news Me that don't want you to hear the story. Yet they're really happy to tell you And I would say Look if they were showing journalistic standards all along, saying we're not going to talk about this story or that story because we don't know if it's true, great, but we know for sure that that's not what's been happening. Wellit's not only though, but the New York Post is the one who they're the ones who broke this story, and this came from Giuliani. And so, But there are still people who are who work for the post who refused to put their name on this story because they said, it lacks credibility. But here's your host is a tabloid. The FBI's investigating at the victory. So that's why I raised. I'm fine. I'm fine with that, but also doing this before Giuliani and so if the FBI has got it, that's a story. That's a story for the media to report on what Giuliani tried to sell this data in September of 2019 to the Russians. So the FBI has been has been investigating this since May I think of last year when they actually got ahold of thes e mails, so the story has been there. Far before this way, Even if there's so much polarization on the story that isn't really where the focus is, For my perspective, anyway, It's the way that we find out what's going on or we don't and I'm offended about that Trump dossier that was paid for those beyond. What is in the news media. It goes to the core of what our Children are learning because the bias that is so prevalent in most public school systems guess in party go. It depends on where you are, but there's a really bias. In terms of teachers and what they think and what they talk about, and how it's presented information about how the country operates. That is, I think that's more as dangerous, if not more dangerous. You know what is that? There's a phrase This the success of country's free information or somebody, There's some phraseology success. The future of the country depends on having The correct information, and so then you know you it's so hard to draw on. I don't know what to make of the fact that Trump released his 60 minute interview before it went on the air. So what 60 minutes going to release the actual interview, or like the whole thing on Sunday? Zhizhi started hearing what they were saying. So he's like, Well, I actually have the whole thing. So let me show you what happened and again, you'll hear the difference in the way that Lesley Stahl questioned Biden over the way she questioned Trump. It's really crazy. The debate last night I thought, I don't know how many of you watched it. I watched it. The tone was much different. It should have made people happy. I think the president tried to press by. It was more civil. I don't know. I thought the president actually, like handled this all very well and by the way It was Joe Biden, who was the one that started to bring this up. Trump Don't even start with this story about Hunter Biden and the laptop and really, it comes down to this and the bottom line, which we could leave it out. Is that yesterday? Much to the chagrin of the news media who did not cover it. A witness came out who is not a Republican. This is someone who's a Democrat, and by the way has donated to Democratic candidates. That's why we know about it. So it's not like some political actor who was One of the business members with the Bidens and was on phone calls where the Bidens talked about their enrichment strategies, essentially and what they want a guy that was Trump's secret guest last night. This was Trump's guest at Thehe debate Last night, he brought him to the debate. Yes, his name's Tony Bo Belinsky, and he's a member of the the Biden team. He tried to negotiate the deal between China and Biden and literally His deal for millions is was negotiated with the Chinese energy company 10% going back to buy all to gain favorability of the by name..
"roger ailes" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"And you have a chance to vote for Glenn as one of the spoken word Radio Hall of Famers to go in this year. We will be cool because at least you know, make love. Feel better. Maybe right? We may be something we could mention it is you This is probably going to be a in one of those things that they give you when you're dead. You know, a good broadcaster would know the name of it, but I don't remember what it is because I'm so sick. Good. OK, OK, still there? It could, but it could go. I could go at any minute. You go at any minute. This is very crisp. This entire performance had any time to come out of your basement. It's safe for the first time you've been allowed out of your room. Yeah. Yeah, well, That's what I would do. Yeah, that's what I would do. And Chris course I wouldn't be on CNN doing it. I wouldn't say that. I'm a credible journalist. I tell you the whole time. Yeah, I'm not doing any of the doctors telling me what to do, because I think this is I think I'm serious. If this is what it is. This is ridiculous. If this is the way 80% of the people feel when they get it. This is ridiculous. Take 20% random. 20% of you have to do. I don't care. Just quarantine. The people that are are most likely to get it right, like like these franchises and let justice quarantine them because they're super likely to get you can't you don't know that's the whole point. You don't know which people are going to be affected by. You could get it. Take a guess. You could eliminate the most of the most vulnerable. I think that's what we're trying to do. I guess now, right? I mean, that's you know, seemingly what we're trying to do with the moment. Can I ask you a question? Are they screwing with the color on the television show are do have I just gotten really, really greenish you do the There is an issue with that right now, If you happen to be viewing on police all really there is an issue. I think it looks bad on your monitor ability is fixed. I believe for the normal viewer. Is it possible that I gave the camera Covad? And the camera is now sick. I'm getting fat or am I starting? Look are starting to look that back. We'll try really hard to really listen carefully because He almost always has a mask on almost almost always has a mask on okay. I mean, you know, unless he's out in public or something, you know he'll wear it, but it wears around his neck. You know, it's like it's like Cuomo. Did you see this? You were on vacation last week. Did you see Cuomo? Formal people send me every Cuomo JK story now because of all the shows I've done on Andrew Cuomo and Chris Cuomo. He I. Which one are you talking about? Which one of the many of the one where he went? The one where he was out in public in these Glad handing everybody and then he goes backstage, takes his mask off and he's He's laughing it up with everybody else. Everybody else is wearing a mask. He's not wearing one. No. Well, he's he's like doing everyone's Yeah, Yeah, he's right. He is the worst cause he's agreed. He's the greatest governor of all time. You know, I don't think I think you missed that. No, I definitely missed that part. I've seen how they've been trying to do that. But no, He's not the greatest governor of all time. The worst governor in America. Did you see? There's a new Ah Roger Ailes movie coming out. There's a new Roger Ailes movie coming out. This one is showing the good side of Roger on. It's just like Roger Ailes to do this before his death. He did it with Jon Voight. And the only reason why bring this up is because in the article it.
"roger ailes" Discussed on KTOK
"To have you here not road kill this is on a cooking show about stuff you pick up on the side of the road you know could be though my old boss Roger ailes used to say the only thing in the middle of the road is road kill me to be a liberal or a conservative but he wanted me to be a conservative I pick a lane it essentially and then he said that the only thing I as you know moderates are obsolete that was Rogers position but I don't think so I think that I think at least a third of the American people care about opinions from both sides and I believe that there's a big moderate streak in many many Americans despite the screaming that you hear on many radio stations I agree by the one of the things I put I push on this program is polite discourse you know I I think I think it's I believe in being fair and I believe in in hearing both sides of the story you've always been able to do that no matter what network you worked at well I buy try to be true to my own reality and I I I I don't know if I've never labeled myself tried never to label myself I've been in independent or Republican at various times in my in my life in terms of how a boat or what my party affiliation is even to buy a boat in a different direction but I the most important thing is just to be true to myself and I think one of the reasons I've been such an enduring character in so many people's lives you know now in my fiftieth year broadcasting is that they you know I think television is like a great lie detector the I think that people look at that people that they see often and yet look right into your soul and they make their own decisions on their own determination on whether you're truthful or or you know they could disagree or bore bore agreed that they the the sincerity meter that everybody carries I think is very very important and they know your listeners know you and they know that you are sincere person otherwise they wouldn't be listening to well I would hope they disagree yes indeed that's on you know some of the some of the best colors the ones who disagree and and I don't have a problem with that I also think that the the media has has has boxed itself into a corner where it's no longer reporting its marketing content and I'm I'm wanting I'm wondering if because of digital technology and the ability to check facts in an instant the audiences more hungry for something that's a little less marketed to them well I I don't know about you know those kinds of marketing trends but I I do know that the polarization of cable news has made life more harsh you know when you look at today CNN or fox or you know M. S. N. B. C. for goodness sake they they so clearly a point of view represented if I if not during their news hours in the middle of the day certainly in the morning and in the evening it's just such a stark you know the parochial partisan point of view represented that that you almost know how we gonna come down on every issue and I I don't like that I I think that there's gotta be an expectation that what you're going to see even if you if your network or your station you know says slants one way or the other world means one way or the other you've got to have plenty of room for opposing point of point of view you can have a real dialogue yet you know I thank god I did people have to remember our Americanism that we're all kind of business together even if we tend to disagree and one issue or another road kill is the name of the podcasts are all Rivera is the producer of it and he's with us now news radio one thousand Katie okay hurled with your fifty years experience you've made a lot of contacts I'd hate to see the size of your rolodex but you get some of these really great guests on your road kill podcast eight bit it's so funny that you and I still talk about rolodex I don't I don't know if a rolodex you know I I pictured my rolodex my old day best the literal rolodex with the card your card out yeah you know what do you make a lot of but I obviously have a lot of contacts are back I just didn't daytime talk shows alone I did over two thousand of them over eleven years and you think about all those guests all the all those opinions almost confrontations all of it I will be live streaming not live here but streaming that that all the talk shows I'm gonna bring it back on its okay well one of the like Netflix or but I I just think that there's plenty of room for that I believe the road kill his and his that barometer an indicator that you can have that point of view represented in is an audience for and he talks to people like president trump Alan Dershowitz Harvey Weinstein your relationship with trump goes way back as unit you've known him for years well you that might get your body in nineteen seventy six goes on him no I've known him through ups and downs you know various marriages both paralyzed both their career is he's obviously a lot more successful than mine but he's very calm mind in the sense that these is very traditional and that he he remembers his old friends you know I've interviewed in like thirty five times now we used to go to fights together and go out and you know very much new Yorkers to the bone that time in our lives and just what you are very proud of him he's very controversial I get that my wife hates them so you think that his presidency trump's presidency will be determined the fate of it will be determined by how he handles this coronavirus for us and that it is turning into a crisis definitely more of my conversation with her although Rivera available on my podcast later with Leigh Matthews head to Katie okay dot com to catch that catch me tomorrow at the OKC Auto Show at the fairgrounds Bennett and center all kinds of great new automobiles.
Gretchen Carlson: From Miss America to Bombshell Journalist
"Today Gretchen. Carlson joins us on skimmed from the couch as a career journalist. She's also become an advocate for equality and dignity in the workplace. Carlson sued the former Fox News Chairman and CEO. Roger Ailes in two thousand sixteen. Her bombshell lawsuit ignited national conversations about sexual harassment and has inspired her advocacy work. We are very excited for this conversation Gretchen. Welcome to skin from the couch. Thanks for having me. I feel like I've known you guys for so long in. It's like so great to be able to have this discussion. So thanks for having me. So we're GONNA start our all interviews with just skim your resume for us. Oh my gosh well. I'll start with the latest editions which were never expected to be on my resume. Which are you know being one of the poster women for sexual harassment in the workplace? That's not necessarily something you aspire to when you're putting together your first resume and talking about goals and challenges in a life of head of you but I would say that what else has been on my resume over. My life has been series of accomplishments where challenges were in front of me and I really went for them and so the same thing is true for this latest endeavor that I've been doing for the last three years which is to really try and tackle this problem of workplace harassment. So that would be at the top of my resume. Now the very short version following that would be Fox News for eleven years before that five years at CBS news before that a lot of local markets including Dallas Cleveland Cincinnati and Richmond before that being the first classical violinist to be Miss America and before that studying at Oxford University getting my degree from Stanford University. Being High School Valedictorian and being a concert violinist as a child. See your super relaxed. I I know after. I've had some milestone birthdays. I become trying to become my new goal to be more chill and it's actually really liberating to be more relaxed and just let things sort of ebb and flow. Women are reared to be perfectionists and socialized to not color outside the lines. And I'm really really really trying to do more of that and advocating that for younger women as well. We've seen and heard a lot about you recently. Obviously we saw you on TV for years. And then we've seen movies depicting your story. What's one thing that you can't Google? You can't watch that people don't know about you. Oh my gosh all things I cannot do so I cannot whistle her. I think it's actually is genetic I can't do. You can't do that either. That is genetic okay so those two things. I can't parallel park. Oh Oh my gosh yeah. I only have done it once in my life to pass my driver's sixteen years old. Just got a card. That is supposed to be able to do that for me. But I haven't had time to set it up. Tesla I did. I've tried to it works. Oh my Gosh my relationship with driving. Oh my gosh okay so sometime this weekend or whenever I have time I need to really actually read the manual and figure that out I grew up a Chubby kid. I struggled with my weight for all of my teenage years and I actually feel that. That is really inspirational for young women especially today. Because they're so much more emphasis on exterior which. I always try to advocate for for young people and older women to that really. It's you know it's about what's inside. We should build our self esteem from the inside out. People look at television personalities. And you probably get the same thing with what you do that. They think that there haven't been any struggles or that they're just perfect and that certainly hasn't been the case with my life at all. I mean I really feel like successes truly appreciated when you've gone through struggles and failures and overcome those those hurdles. I totally agree one at just sort of take a step back. What was your family situation? What was your childhood like? Just Kinda give us who you were before you became a person on TV. Well I look at my family. Life is idyllic said small town in Minnesota with parents who believed in me and told me every day. I could be anything I wanted to be in this world and that was just incredibly important to hear that every single day they of course said with the caveat is GonNa take a lot of work and so I grew up with the Protestant Work Ethic. You know of incredible hard work. I also grew up with huge philanthropic spirit. My grandfather was a minister. My parents truly believed in giving back to the community and I think that that's the greatest gift that I can pass along to my two teenage children to understand that to truly be a whole individual. It's about giving to others. That was a huge part of my upbringing and a huge part of the work. I'm doing now and where that came from. How quickly did you realize did other people realize you were a violin prodigy that came about as a total fluke? I actually apparently? According to my parents I would hear commercial sort of songs on TV. And I would go in. Plunk them out on the piano. And my mom's like I think we need to get her piano lessons and then we went up the street to piano teacher. Who's our neighbor and she said. Oh she'll never be any good at piano. Hands are way too small and so why don't you go up to the local school and you know talk to them about a different instrument and I've got my first violin and it was just tiny you know it was like a foot long and I started playing it and it just clicked. It just became who I was. What's it like to be really good at something that young? I loved it. It taught me discipline. Where even if you put in ten minutes or thirty minutes a day got better at something and for kids at so important. Because that's something carried with me for the rest of my life that discipline I think about every single day release shaped however approached everything else in my life. It's something nobody can take away for me. It's a talent. It's something that I have made by myself and nobody can ever take that away and I think that's so crucial especially for young people today to be able to hone skills that they own. You went on to go to some of the most prestigious schools in the world and then became Miss America lightly. We talk us. They're like WHOA. Is that light Unexpected never on my radar screen. What's my mother? When I was seventeen I burned out on the violin and I quit and my parents were devastated and so I went off to concentrate academics and when I was doing some time over at Oxford University in England and got a phone call from my mom. She had gotten a brochure in the mail. On the Miss America Organization. She called me and she said I found something for you to do. I said what and she described to me. She said it's fifty percent talent. You have that it's thirty percent interview. You're smart you can do this and I'm like yeah mom but I'm also short I'm also from Minnesota which is not pageant state. I also played classical violin. And that's never one and I've never been patches ever before and nor have ever watched them and she was like well. I think you can do this. And my mom's an incredibly influential person in my life and is my sharp critic but also my biggest cheerleader was her motivation and wanting she wanted me to play the violin again. I mean that one hundred percent. This was to try and get me back onto my music career and so you know she and I became a team. I stopped out a Stanford my senior year because I realized if I was going to actually do this to do it. One hundred fifty percent had to give it one hundred and fifty percent and I couldn't be doing my studies at Stanford and tried to prepare fascinating and I want to just pause for a second because I would say you doing that. It's probably going against the popular decision or assumption Which is going against the grain. A little bit too. Like you know what? Actually I'm going to prioritize this. A lot of people would say stay in school. And obviously we're going to talk about how you went against the grain and other parts of your life talk just like what your personality was at that time what. Your confidence level was at a time. Well it was pretty high because I had done tremendous amount of violent competitions which by the way I never faced any gender discrimination or sexism with regard to that all they picked to play the best. They didn't care if you're a girl or boy and the same thing with my academics. I never any kind of discrimination early on in my life and so I was used to setting high standards and high goals and this was something that I knew nothing about but my mom and I really researched it from afar. Instead of participating. In a lot of competitions we researched it and we realize that for me if I was going to try and really try and achieve this that I couldn't be doing these two things at the same time when I went to tell the Dean at Stanford who happened to be a woman and I told nobody what I was doing by the way when I went to tell her though because I had to. She told me she thought it was the stupidest thing she'd ever heard of. And I said well okay. Let's see how it let's see how it turns out. Listen there's a tremendous amount of subjectivity in these kinds of competitions and lock and all of that but I needed to be truly prepared in order to have a chance. Say You win. You go on to become a journalist and you ultimately make the jump to Fox News where you become the Co host of the number one cable news morning show. You were there at a time at the network when it was just skyrocketing when you started there. Did you understand the impact? The network would have and the direction it would take. As kind of the cultural force that it became. Never I went there because it was an opportunity to a morning show five days a week. I was at CBS. When I originally went CBS. I was a correspondent. I was traveling the world. My goal and television was always to do a morning show. The goal was always to be able to do a show that incorporated hard news. Where he could showcase your your smarts but also showcase your sense of humor and lighter things and so I got the opportunity finally at CBS to do their weekend morning show and then when the Fox opportunity came about to do five days a week I mean that was just really what I had worked so hard to achieve and so I went over there you know as a as a total novice and Fox was just sort of starting out. At the time I learned a tremendous amount from cable because cable was totally different than network news in the sense that it was almost all ad Lib on their forget one of the first days I was there and I was doing a different show than the morning show and one line came over the AP wire that said something about that. The person that had assassinated leader in the Middle East been caught and the producers said to me in my ear. Just go with this for like three minutes. I was like what I don't even know who they're talking about. I don't even know if I can pronounce this name and I just had to dig deep and luckily my life. I had a lot of experience at doing that. Not exactly in this realm but I just started talking and it made me realized from that day. Forward that wow this whole different craft when you're at living and not reading teleprompter and so cable news is just a completely different talent than what I had been doing before. So we'll say that that was extremely beneficial to me to grow as a person and to get better at my
Bombshell: Charlize Theron on 'Wrapping Her Head around' Megyn Kelly
"Listening. Ascended the frame Oscar special. I'm John Horn host of the frame on KABC in Los Angeles. And I'm here with Jacquelyn coli editor at rotten tomatoes. Let's now turn into. Charlie's Thera in bombshell which she also produced theran plays former Fox News anchor. Megan Kelly who partners with other women at that network to take down the founder Roger Ailes. It's like we're telling women go on. Speak up for yourself just know. The entire network is with Roger. No one will believe you. They'll call you a liar. Oh and as for your career you want the Simon's airtime go ahead hall the Paranoid Man who decides your salary pervert and do that. On a anonymous hotline. He controls on on a phone. has a contractual right to record. Jesus Christ you Think Women Are Idiots. Honestly I was completely mesmerized by bombshell I was actually one of the biggest fans ends of the movie. It was kind of a bit critically divisive. I think not a lot of people liked giving some humanity to Megan Kelly but I personally found shelley's performance to be incredible and just kind of had to say about the balls it took for her to take on that role to produce it herself and to say that she wanted to tell this me too story I did talk with Charlie's an end. She told me why she wanted to make the film and why it was important to make it now. The script was written pre. Eh Time's up pre Harvey Weinstein. There wasn't any of what is out there right now in our culture as far as this conversation it's it felt else somewhat like a story in its own silo But but people were definitely kind of whispering about a lot of what what was about to come out and so you could feel it you could feel there was like this kind of like under this bubbling that was happening in the pot was about to boil over. We definitely felt that and so when we read the script we were aware a little bit. I mean nobody could predict how big all of this would be but we were aware that there was something timely about the script. How would you describe I bought? This movie is about it. It's a movie about a group of very unlikely women who if you were you know writing the fictional story you would not necessarily cast as your central characters to tell a story of taking down the biggest media mogul And yet if they did why were they unlikely. Do you think we'll because I think a lot of them You Know Gretchen. And and Megan had made some comments comments prior to all of this about sexual harassment that I found not necessarily helpful to the cause of a lot of women who are experiencing sexual harassment. I think there there is a conservative conservative view on sexual harassment. As how do you believe women. How do you know what's true how the emphasis is always on doubting the victim victim doubting the woman and I just thought it was interesting that they had had those views before in the past about sexual harassment? Megan Kelly Famously Asli Refused to be called a feminist. You know they are somewhat than most unlikely feminists that you will find. That was Charlene Charlie Farren. She's nominated for her. Lead role in
"roger ailes" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Was that well it was a desperate situation Roger ailes who's now pretty well known and how do you find Roger ailes out well in those days he was doing a political consulting doing commercial he was willing to take on somebody in a democratic state he was thirty points behind well he had a couple of clients he thought we're going to win that year and me and me and I appreciated the fact he's willing take me on but he this is a tough competitor you can see how he started CNBC for NBC started fox for Rupert Murdoch here's the situation it was it was July of the election I was down in nineteen eighty four nineteen eighty four I was down thirty four points we had a meeting and local also Rogers race over and here's what he said he said I've never known anybody come from this far behind this later went on but I don't think it's over very competitive guy I was running against a pretty smart democratic incumbent who didn't have a lot of obvious vulnerabilities we were looking for some kind of issue that the needle in the haystack if you will and it turned out this was back in the honoraria days which I don't have any problem people making speeches for money but he had been making speeches for money while he was missing both on the Senate floor so ales turn that into a couple of ads featuring a Kentucky hotter type person with bloodhounds out looking for hopefully to get him back to work an electrified the campaign got people interested and I've got people talking about it and then there was a sequel later in which we had a guy who looked like almost a non actor who is being chased by the dogs and who literally ended up up in a tree and it we took we end up in the key line there was we got your now the host and they treat him right at the end not exactly a landslide one voter precinct four tenths of one yeah yeah but there was a way of looking at it even though Reagan cared forty nine out of fifty states we lost two straight to the phone on and he was the only democratic incumbent senator Lowcountry that your lose your democratic opponents the next five times to say that probably find your method of campaigning just to spice up smashing them out before they get started what probably I'm just guessing your toughest campaign other than that was the last twenty fourteen because you have the Senate conservatives from coming to the right yeah very read coming at you from the left and and it was a pretty big brawl but you started right out bye bye and add the call your Republican opponents now the governor of Kentucky bailout bell yeah well I mean you and I witnessed the results and twenty ten and twenty twelve I was glad all the attention was on you the the Senate conservatives fund and its allies had basically cost us five races in twenty ten and twenty twelve by nominating people who couldn't win and so with the Bennett beginning of twenty fourteen us that not only an onerous but in other races we're not gonna allow that to happen anymore and so what we did not only in my race but in other races around the country we got the most electable people nominated basically took on because if you're dealing with a group of people who think compromise is a dirty word and who always want to make a point but never want to make a difference the only thing to do if you want to win the election is the beat them and so we want every primary including my own and I was but as you indicated not primary phone was a pretty credible god and I sure got elected governor Kentucky but in my primary he carried two out of a hundred and twenty dollars yeah I usually take them on it is kind of like a fist fight with Nikki may grew this you know thing I'm going to read IT or one of your top aides Josh Holmes said this in twenty thirteen the Senate conservatives fund has been wandering around the country destroying the Republican Party like a drunk tears up every bar they walk in difference this cycle is that of a stroll into Mitch McConnell's Barton he's not going to throw you out he's gonna lock the door it was a pretty sight words yeah I think that's what needed to be done and as a result if you look at twenty fourteen Lamar as a result of that approach not only my race but and several others we took the Senate by we we had the most electable candidates on the November ballot everywhere which cross the talk about the Senate democratic leader Harry Reid you and I were senator Bob Dennis funeral a few days ago and you and senator Reid does spoke and he said what I've often heard both of you say that people thanks Mitch McConnell and I don't like each other but we're good friends and you say in your book your friends with Harry Reid but then you say he's got a Jekyll and Hyde personality when read here is that he says your class list and the U. like Donald Trump think women are dogs and pigs yeah you say not in your book thank you so other places that he may be the worst Majority Leader so yeah the Senate is a place of relationships what about this relationship between the democratic and Republican leaders are you friends are you not friends well look at it you know I I've been very very public about a couple things about hurry and number one I didn't like the way he shot the Senate down and prevented people from voting I'd like the way you round the side and I think his public rhetoric is frequently very inappropriate so I don't think they like like what well the example you just mentioned just a few weeks before were typing those he took all of Donald Trump most outrageous comments and attributed it may bought I don't do that to him so I don't think there's an equivalent Sir but nevertheless I think a lot of people looks like we're just for you and all the time we we argued in all the time we have to talk on a daily basis I do the vehemently object to the way he ran the Senate and my goal in this current majority is to be is different in every way from her eight and the way he ran the previous majority in other words I'm trying to do everything totally different so I do object to the way he ran the Senate and I do object to this inflammatory rhetoric like calling Alan Greenspan a political hack Alan Greenspan may be many things but a political hack it certainly isn't or call the George W. bush a loser or say on the Iraq war is lost right in the middle of a major military exercise there so I can't we fail to express my objection to that kind of rhetoric which is free will is flat out wrong let's take one other person you you talk about the Senate conservative fun to write about senator Reid you have a chapter entitled professor Obama I'd shoot I'd you choose those words the president is a very smart guy I think he knows a lot about a lot of things I think he would do a better job of dealing with others if he was the last time Rhonda quite whoever he's talking to at the moment with his brilliant and more time Russia is control contrast between the president the vice president I've been in a number of major deals with the vice president there were important worth doing for the country he doesn't spend any time trying to convince me of thanks he knows I don't believe that I don't spend any time trying to convince them of things that he doesn't believe Bello don't waste any time all of that we get down to trying to figure out what we can do together because he knows how far I can go and I know how far he can go I think the present would be better off is a brilliant guy he's been successful in his political career in rising quickly to the to the top in American politics yeah but I don't think these sort of incessant lockers or or very helpful in getting an outcome if you're in some kind of negotiation let's talk about divided government from and I've heard you talk about that a lot and say scratch your disappointment that you and the president haven't been able to accomplish more together because I've heard you say that divided government is the time when you do hard things because you spread the responsibility around now the Democrats say about you that you said early on and your main goal is to make president Obama a one term president I've heard you say that you made a speech early on it's time to go to work on entitlements and offer offer a hand to to do that you never heard back from anybody so whose fault is it that we haven't taken advantage of the seven years of divided government to do more together well obviously I have a point of view on that on the Obama one term president I do admire Bob Woodward who is the only major reporter in town who reported the rest of what I was right after that which was which was that in the meantime we had plenty of work to do and we had to look for ways we could work together that was conveniently snapped off by almost everyone but I thank divided government is probably the only time you can do big transformative thanks from twenty sixteen Majority Leader Mitch McConnell senator Lamar Alexander discussing the book the long game if for example Reagan and tip o'neill raise the age for social security Reagan and tip o'neill to the last comprehensive tax reform Bill Clinton and a Republican Congress that welfare reform and actually balance the budget three years in a row big stuff arguably none of that could have been done and unified government may give you an example of one unified government couldn't produce a big outcome George W. bush's just been reelected in twenty oh four yes all of us to tackle so security I was number two in our conference at that time and I spent a year trying to get any Democrat any Democrat even Joe Lieberman the most reasonable Democrats to join with us and their attitude was you have the White House you know the house yeah I understand that you want to do some also security you know what that means as we'll see in the next election so my biggest a ball of Barack Obama's are two things that have to be done to save American from the path we're headed entitlement eligibility changes in other words you have to change the eligibility fourth are very popular things like Medicare and social security get the demographics of American tomorrow not American the thirties not American the Sixers show security thirties Medicare the fixed hasn't knows that he's a very smart guy he doesn't want to do comprehensive tax reform it's been thirty years we need to do it again it's not for the purpose of getting more revenue for the government is for the purpose of making America more competitive but the president will do comprehensive tax reform in any other way other than try to get additional revenue well the government so these two big transformative issues we have been unable to address because the nation's CEO simply doesn't want to do it rush I suppose in a maybe the best example of when we did do that what was in store ice in the sixties and we both we both saw that I remember when I first came up here working for senator Baker every direction was the Republican leader yes the office you now have and for days around a big table there centers came in and out as Democrats Republicans work together just to see if they can get enough votes to get sixty seven which is what then took to end debate or or cloture and they did that in Johnson and Dirksen did that together because of their very special relationship and you have in your book a story senator John Sherman Cooper took cute as a youngster to the signing of the voting rights act in nineteen sixty five when you had a conversation with president Johnson's daughter Lucy yeah Bonsall Lucy in twenty oh eight I'd never matter a celebration for debts hundredth birthday mmhm and I said Lucy we've never met but I'll was in this very room structure hall when your dad's on the voting rights act of nineteen sixty five she said I was the and I said I'm sure everybody knew you were there and nobody knew I was I was in the back of the room and she said I'll tell you what was there that my dad he said to me get in the car and take it down to witness something important and explained to me all the way down the hill what ever direction was going to be prominently featured in his remarks and the reason and she said well why would you have a Republican there and she said the president Johnson said to her not only did most of the Republicans both for but the nation will be more likely to accept it if they think we have done this together Lucy Johnson and twenty away explaining why she was there in nineteen sixty five and of course they had to do that they had a relationship senator Baker used to tell me about the time that he heard his father in law Dirksen take a phone call in his office and he direction say no Mr president I can't come down have a drink with you tonight I did.
"roger ailes" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Roger ailes and everything and glorified the this the women making Callie and that Gretchen Carlson with innuendoes about sexual accusations blah blah blah you courses Bahman at the box office big time note nobody's even show but I did waste money because I got a a special deal any how but to go actually see it but well you know that's because they got Regals got a real good thing where you can get like a monthly pass for like eighteen dollars and see all the movies you want so that's a steal if you like going to movies and you got the top movies I will try that one of my friends in at at work hi he said he saw a movie that just absolutely blown away and I'm on sixty one he's about my age and he saw he said it was story versus four yeah that's a great yeah that's an absolute great movie great acting in that even those guys that legal laughed but I could give a darn about that really if a four verses for all right Matt Damon and Christian bailed supposedly Christian bale could be easily up for an Oscar with his performance that I mean he was outstanding it just it was a one of the best movies of the year no question about that my friend said it was so good he went to see it twice and all you do you just got to go see it you've got to go see it and and I said well you know I thought I'd heard Tom Taylor said man Dennison or someone talking about that so I thought that was rather interesting I like when you met your movie after I'll bring that up well anyway I know you have a lot of colors but I'm I I guess really use I guess the whole political thing that it doesn't matter what happens we're going to twist it one way or the other but also something that lawyers are good at doing thank you know around and that's their job that's what they learn in school to do well anyway well I think I think I think you hit on something because I'd say probably the I with the Democrat party there's pride about ninety percent that in the we are we're in the legal profession so that's Friday good point so in you know a lot of people out there think about attorneys although yeah I got a good body Tony bank so thirty five years or so practice also they're not all bad guys no question about that so I know but they're good yeah they're good twisted things around and put a different spin on stuff slow it we we got all that going Hey Willis and I'm glad you're having a good new year and the best to you all year long and thank you very much for always called in because we always appreciate cared for you always thank you okay guys I'm a little late but let's go ahead and do it Austin would go head to head a quick break and we'll be back ATM on the tax doctor here I want to talk to you about those dreaded tax problems I know you want to keep on Truckin not even think about them but let's face it they're not going away on their own you.
"roger ailes" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"He use that a lot of really racist hello back like horrible things we don't really enjoy it I don't like him and I didn't I didn't like him I knew people who worked with him said he was awful he was every bit as I heard the story about with most of the people that that the guy that was a jock but it was on before him yeah he treated him no but I don't really get why everyone's you know not everyone some people are you know trying to stick to the hardline of I miss was a genius and yet so was Roger ailes because also a pig the I. what I'm trying to bring forth here isn't necessarily that memory but I'm thinking about the memories of people I used him as an example but there are plenty of others who were very clever very creative and very good on the radio and what they brought to the surface was something that was different and all of us in order to survive in this environment have to be different to a certain extent my difference is been that I had a I had sort of a placid view of the world and I didn't want to go to extremes one way or another and it's it was hard and it's even harder now to find somebody who has that point of view so it serves a it serves a it it has value it serves a purpose but in the world we're in today there are a lot of people are having fun doing anything so I like this item I relish in the times when we have just plain fun and it sounds like we have a certain item I'm not a comedian I don't play on the radio I'm not I'm a I'm a actually a thinker and I think that there there is need for more thinkers and that's why I've surrounded myself with you because you're thinkers and I want people to listen this program thank yep okay I get that so and we have lots of other ancillary.
"roger ailes" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Us on ten thirty A. M. AVO I in Tucson Arizona who says when you come in here Delaney I swear I'm coming in twenty twenty anyway he wanted to find out about bomb shell and if it was worth seeing and we'll bomb shell is all about fox and Roger ailes and sexual harassment here's a little snippet of that movie I'll let common you have to adopt the mentality of an Irish street comes the world a better place people are lazy morons minorities are criminals sixty six but interesting herself what with my grandmother his soft my grandfather's and that's a fox story image since women are everywhere went to play golf and tennis now charts on the phone can you call me yeah it yeah can we see the more and man hater learn to get along with the boys your sexy you too much work I have a whole list will other women come forward you may have heard there was a dustup involving your centrally in presidential contender Donald Trump coming out of blood coming out of her wherever he just accuse me of increments straight points am I going to be the story no I'm gonna be the story nobody stopped watching because.
Charlize Theron on the Power of ‘Bombshell’
"But we're GONNA start today with Charlie's there. She's The star. Dr Producer of the upcoming movie bombshell Ferron Plays Megan Kelly in the film in her time at Fox News and later with a very brief stint then on the today show on NBC. Kelly came under fire more than once for some controversial comments that another person claiming it's racist to have a white Santa you know and by the way for all you kids watching at home. Santa just is white but this person is just arguing that maybe we should. We should also have a black Santa but you know Santa is what he he isn't just so you know we're just debating. This movie bombshell focuses. Not only on Kelly but also on other women at the network including former Fox. News host Gretchen Carlson. She Sued Fox News head. Roger Ailes for sexual harassment. But she wasn't alone ails harassed. A number of women At the network bombshell was nominated for four SAG awards this week including Best Ensemble cast includes Nicole Kidman and Margot Robbie. I talked DOC TO CHARLOTTE. Is there in the morning that the SAG nominations came out. I want to be cool and talk like I'm just so not affected by any of Finney was pretty fascinating and it was really great. It was a great moment. This this film only exist because of the ensemble. How would you describe what this movie is about it? It's a movie about a group of very unlikely women who if you were you know writing a fictional story you would not necessarily cast as your central characters to tell a story of taking down the biggest media mogul And yet they did. Why were they unlikely? Do you think we'll because I think a lot of them You Know Gretchen. And and Megan had made some comments almonds prior to all of this about sexual harassment that I found not necessarily helpful to the cause of a lot of women who are experiencing sexual harassment. I think there there is a conservative conservative view on sexual harassment is. How do you believe women? How do you know what's true? How the emphasis is always on doubting the victim them doubting the woman and I just thought it was interesting that they had had those views before in the past about sexual harassment? Megan Kelly famously. Asli refused to be called a feminist. You know they are somewhat than most unlikely feminists that you will find. No one Megan Kelly had said had some very problematic things about campus assaults and whether or not the men were not believed and that the women were believed to easily. I guess exactly a harsh but fair way to raise her position. You read Charles Randolph script for bomb. Show what was your reaction and what was going on In your professional career when you came across it you know I was We had a lot of things at Denver and Delilah by my production company and Development and we very strangely really. We were In Development on a project with Jay Roach who ended up directing Bombshell and we read it and just really I really loved it. I mean you have to understand. The script was written. Pre Time's up pre Harvey Weinstein. There wasn't any of what is out there right now in our in our culture as far as conversation it's it felt somewhat Story in its own silo But but people. We're definitely kind of whispering about a lot of what was about to come out and so you could feel it. You could feel there was like kind of like under the this bubbling that was happening in the pot was about to boil over. We definitely felt that and so when we read the script we were aware I mean we. Nobody could predict how big all of this would be but we were aware that there was something timely about the script. It's like we're telling women Golan speak up for yourself just know the entire network is with Roger. No one will believe you. They'll call you a liar. Oh and as for your career you want the Simon's airtime go ahead call the paranoid man who decides your salary pervert and do that. On a anonymous hotline. He controls on a phone. has a contractual right to record. Jesus Christ you Think Women Are Idiots. We're talking with Charlene Darren. Who is an actor in and and producer of the new movie bombshell? was there a point where you felt. You found something from with inside you as an actor that connected you on some level to Megan Kelly. That wasn't part of her physical appearance. Yeah I mean listen when we started. I'd never ever thought I would ever say that much in common with Megan can Kelly. We have different point of views on on on a lot of things. So we'll just leave it at that But I through research. We started realizing that she was talking about a lot of Things that I could relate to as a woman in my industry strea- you know we definitely live in a world where men are rewarded and applauded for being ambitious and for being powerful and for having drive and for not taking no as an answer and and sometimes being the the not nice person in the room. Because that's the right thing to do you and it's right for the for the company and it's right for for your business and when women tend to have those qualities They very easily can be turned around and weaponized tonight against you or turn around into a negative and write a man is driven. A woman's a bitch. Yep there you go So that's that's where I think I emotionally tapped in to this part Megan. Kelly was part of something that was just really kind of mind blowing. That happened at Fox but The every day going to work the process the being called a bitch. When you're just trying to be the best at your job? All of those things felt very familiar to me as a woman. I related to those things and I could empathize empathize with a woman. Like that being a position that Sh- she found herself in having to struggle with the idea of coming forward and losing losing all of that and is that to you. The clearest line between what happened to make Kelly what happens to actresses in Hollywood. The difference between Roger Ailes Awesome Harvey Weinstein. Where do you see the most direct link between what's in this movie and what's in show business? Oh it's to me it. It's it's all a direct linked. I mean they I feel like this issue does not you know it doesn't behave or look at different in different places just because of the industry it is a non partisan issue this is this is really a a human right to feel safe in your workplace whether you work at Fox where you work at CNN or you work in Hollywood or you work at a bank in Minnesota or a mine in Minnesota. This is a human right that we should all have. Charlie's thanks so much for show. Thank you so much for having me. Charlie's Teheran Stars in and as a producer on bombshell it opens in theaters on December twentieth. You're listening to the frame weekend. I'm John
"roger ailes" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Comes to us from the mountain west news bureau of public radio collaborative her the new movie bomb shell stars Charlie serin and coal Kidman is the women fox news who brought down Roger ailes their film depicts the late cable news chief as a sexual harasser No Way Out pull your dress up I see your legs for the film the Oscar winning costume designer Colleen Atwood recreated the style of the network's news women and bears mandalit del Barco reports pretty blonde wearing form fitting sleeveless dresses and high heels that's the on air fox news look says Colleen Atwood there's a sort of classic good girl thing but a little bit noddy it's really about in that aesthetic sense what looks good to man on those kind of women nothing to do with the journalism nothing to do with insurance is to transform into real life news anchor making Kelly actress Charlize there on war small prosthetics on her eyelids at wood dresser and sculpted silhouettes I think in a nut shell it's that she's it's a very fitted dress with the waste just kind of teasing above the knee without being too far above the knee giving a lot of leg in the movie Kelly takes the audience on a tour of the fox news building including the bustling wardrobe room where women suit up with banks padded bras and super high heels she explains Roger ailes ammo and having his on air talent sit at sea through table early on realized for network to stay on twenty four hours a day you need something to hold an audience joining me to discuss the that's something thanks there's a reason for clear desks we need you in a shorter dress Atwood says ales wanted that look on fox and had the cameras fixate on female physiques as he says it's a visual medium he wanted pretty girls with pretty legs and good bodies around and it was an obvious thing I don't think he was alone in that but he definitely said it out loud to get that look just right Atwood studied old news footage from fox and she people watched outside the network's midtown Manhattan studios she says she also patted the outfit that actress Nicole Kidman more to resemble a marble I'm sure this sort of mid western body that Gretchen Carlson was known for creating this sort of middle America kind of beauty queen feeling for her that I wanted in her costumes networks and politics aside Atwood says she prefers the look of CNN's Christiane Amanpour she looks real to me she looks like a real woman journalist like if she's out in the field and she's in in a Muslim country she has her head covered it respectfully field jacket and if she's in the newsroom she has on a nice looking dress but it isn't skin tight with high heels what journalists are saying calling that would suggest should trump whatever they're wearing my delete that Bakul NPR news you're listening to weekend edition from NPR news from KQED news I'm Tiffany cam high this week to Berkeley author signed a deal to produce several shows with CBS television studios and one of the possible ideas being thrown around as a show or movie based on Oakland's deadly go ship fire the ghost ship warehouse fire claimed the lives of thirty six people in twenty sixteen here to talk about it is KQED arts master when sky at him last year Hey Tiffany so last year the two authors that we're talking about are the husband and wife team Michael Shavon and I'll let wild man and there was immediate backlash against this idea what were people saying well it's only been three years since the fire happened at an underground party and most of the people that were there were artists and creative and they were mostly in their twenties and thirties and we're very well loved and the local creative scene so just the idea of making a movie or TV show about this now seems way too soon so it seems like a lot of the people that you talk to about this feel like Shavon and wild men are outsiders and they're just kind of profiting off of this tragedy and it's not their story to tell yeah so I reached out to see a run on Walden for comment and I ended up actually emailing with Waldman and she made the point that some of their kids actually did know people who have passed so when the fire but I think their approach to this has made some people believe that she and shape on don't really understand the nuances of what happened for example there so that they are basing those potential show off on a New York times profile that ran last year that painted a very sympathetic portrait of one of the managers of the Goshen for house Max Harris he was recently acquitted on thirty six counts of manslaughter then people took issue with that time story because the focus so much on him and his turmoil and not the victims and the survivors but on the flip side a lot of television shows take their source material from real life events yeah that's definitely true but I think this tragedy is still fresh for a lot of people there are people that were there and also their loved ones that are grappling with PCS you from this and also the economic effects because after Goshen many of these on permitted artists live work warehouses were evicted and people lost their homes and then there's also the issue of the people go super creating intentional spaces to gather and make non commercial art and for a lot of them it wasn't necessarily by choice some of them didn't feel accepted in the mainstream commercial art and entertainment world some of them were clearance hands a lot of them were low income and I spoke with Chris so do it he is a San Francisco musician and promoter who was friends with over a dozen of the fire victims and he put it best by the way pardon my typing in the background I was trying to get the story out as quickly as possible all of the art that these people made who are active and is non commercial they were doing it not to make a box not to get their name out there but to share files and and express themselves and I think that's really the crux of what the court in underground music and art scene is really all about so I think what's from being a lot of people the wrong one is the a lot of these artists really weren't accepted in the mainstream and now I'm a big television studios only interested in their lives and work after their tragic deaths so from the people that you talk to about this story did they offer any better ways to memorialize the victims of the Goshen fire you know somewhere categorically against it but others although skeptical so that there might be more sensitive ways to do this like making a documentary you know not necessarily a trauma like what's being proposed here all right thank you notes death thank you Tiffany that with cake you ease master when sky at we'll treat a link to her story were at KQED news I'm Tiffany camp high support comes from personal capital offering online money tools to give users a three hundred sixty degree view of all their money personal capital dot com support for KQED comes from Berkeley rap presenting Serra rules baking nurse of Salem an off beat dark comedy following a woman coming to terms with their.
Britt McHenry sues Fox News, alleging sexual harassment
"And a host on fox news is suing the network and a former co host for sexual harassment Britt McHenry says the bad behavior including the tally Asian for complaining was committed by George Murdoch and several top executives fox news says I can read allegations were fully investigated and is confident its actions will hold up in court sexual harassment allegations have plagued the network complaints were made against several high profile people including the founder of fox news the late Roger ailes as well as a former host bill
'Bombshell' trailer shows women of Fox News preparing for a fight
"Truth are you excited for this new movie bomb shell yes which is coming out what in December yes and I watch the trailer yesterday because it just came out and I think Minnesotans in particular it will have a connection to this movie because of course Gretchen Carlson is portrayed in the movie she's played by Nicole Kidman Gretchen Carlson from an Alka mereka and fox news contributor yes who big deal came out and talked about harassment at fox news at the hands of Roger ailes I mean and she was she was one of the first ones yeah also Charlize therein is and then she plays Megan Kelly Margot Robbie is a made up character I believe okay I'm John list gal unrecognizable Charlize is even on recognizable to me John look I was playing Roger ailes so crazy Charlize Behrens voice as she's portraying Megan Kelly is so good he sounds exactly like Megan Kelly we give a little listen yeah trailer I when here okay here we go you have the attitude off camera was even worse and man hater learn to get along with the boys your sexy you too much work I have a whole list well other women come forward you may have heard there was a dustup involving yours truly in presidential contender Donald Trump coming out of our eyes blood coming out of her wherever she just accused me of anger menstruating am I going to be the story no I'm gonna be the story nobody stopped
"roger ailes" Discussed on KHVH 830AM
"About Roger ailes and fox and we've been watching it over the last couple of weeks because we lived it and we didn't see the side of Roger ailes that apparently some of the women working there saw but it's interesting because it was the other things were happening when we were there and it's interesting to see you know imagine a movie being made about something that happened in your office and you were there it's it's a kind of a bizarre thing well they're painting Roger ailes into this absolute monster and Roger may have been a monster with women I that I have no first hand experience on but I believe the the women and I could I could see Roger maybe being that way but I don't know I don't know Roger was a very interesting very interesting character he won't we yeah I don't know if I ever really knew Roger ailes I think I did I think I think like always I can see the best in people and I can see V. what they could be and I really feel that I saw the Roger ailes that he wanted to be that's the side he showed it to me however when he did set up a Preity manipulative and pretty controlling company we weren't that affected by it because we knew kind of going in we need to keep our distance at our independence I just didn't want to be just a regular fox person not that there was anything wrong with that I just wanted my independence so show time is showing this Roger is being a very manipulative on to the message of fox and I don't think that that is true at least our case he chose him having meetings and walking into my office first well I had an office there but I never use the office there I think twice I was sitting at my desk at fox and Roger never came strolling the whole ways you and your call to see him and so I was watching this and I thought about forty percent of this is accurate when it comes to me and what the Roger that I saw and I thought they were taken the license was something I thought it was I was actually very excited to get on the air and talk about this because I we could show you the spin of the media well the opposite happened I just played it a half hour ago and I was completely wrong my memory was completely wrong and so was stews if you listen to this program you've heard me talk about this moment on fox recently because of what the president is going through over and over and over again and I was absolute I would bet my life on this would you still I heard about my life on it but I was definitely sure yeah in my mind that you had said it in more in order Anne and not the other so here's here's the from the episode of fox or of the the loudest voice on show time last night me on fox and friends and you'll hear Roger ailes who's being played by Russell Crowe you'll see this scene happen that many people have seen before in this audience welcome back.
"roger ailes" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"So HBO or I'm sorry Showtime has this this this mini series on about Roger ailes and fox and we've been watching it over the last couple of weeks because we lived it and we didn't see the side of Roger ailes that apparently some of the women working there saw but it's interesting because it was the other things were happening when we were there and it's interesting to see you know imagine a movie being made about something that happened in your office and you were there it's it's a kind of a bizarre thing well they're painting Roger ailes into this absolute monster and Roger may have been a monster with women I that I have no first hand experience on but I believe the the women and I could I could see Roger maybe being that way but I don't know I don't know Roger was a very interesting case very interesting character he will be at the I don't know if I ever really knew Roger ailes I think I did I think I think like all ways I can see the best in people and I can see the what they could be and I really feel that I saw the Roger ailes that he wanted to be that's the side he showed it to me however he did set up a Preity manipulative and pretty controlling company we weren't that affected by it because we knew kind of going in we need to keep our distance at our independence I just didn't want to be just a regular fox person not that there was anything wrong with that I just wanted my independence so show time is showing this Roger is being a very manipulative on to the message of fox and I don't think that that is true at least our case he chose him having meetings and walking into my office first well I had an office there but I never use the office there I think twice I was sitting at my desk at fox and Roger never came strolling the whole ways you and your call to see him and so I was watching this and I thought about forty percent of this is accurate when it comes to me and what the Roger that I saw and I thought they were taken the license was something I thought it was I was actually very excited to get on the air and talk about this because I we could show you the spin of the media well the opposite happened I just played it a half hour ago and I was completely wrong my memory was completely wrong and so was stews if you listen to this program you've heard me talk about this moment on fox recently because of what the president is going through over and over and over again and I was absolutely would bet my life on this would you still I heard about my life on it but I was definitely sure yeah in my mind that you had said it in one order and not the other so here's here's the from the episode of fox or of the the loudest voice on show time last night me on fox and friends and you'll hear Roger ailes who's being played by Russell Crowe you'll see this scene happen that many people have seen before in this audience welcome.
"roger ailes" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Roger ailes and fox and we've been watching it over the last couple of weeks because we lived it and we didn't see the side of Roger ailes that apparently some of the women working there saw but it's interesting because it was the other things were happening when we were there and it's interesting to see you know imagine a movie being made about something that happened in your office and you were there it's it's a kind of a bizarre thing well they're painting Roger ailes into this absolute monster and Roger may have been a monster with women I that I have no first hand experience on but I believe the the women and I could I could see Roger maybe being that way but I don't know I don't know Roger was a very interesting very interesting character he will be at the I don't know if I ever really knew Roger ailes I think I did I think I think like always I can see the best in people and I can see the what they could be and I really feel that I saw the Roger ailes that he wanted to be that's the side he showed it to me however he did set up a preteen manipulative and pretty controlling company we weren't that affected by it because we knew kind of going in we need to keep our distance at our independence I just didn't want to be just a regular fox person not that there was anything wrong with that I just wanted my independence so show time is showing this Roger is being a very manipulative on to the message of fox and I don't think that that is true at least our case he chose him having meetings and walking into my office first well I had an office there but I never use the office there I think twice I was sitting at my desk at fox and Roger never came strolling the whole ways you and your call to see him and so I was watching this and I thought about forty percent of this is accurate when it comes to me and what the Roger that I saw and I thought they would take in the license was something I thought it was I was actually very excited to get on the air and talk about this because I we could show you the spin of the media well the opposite happened I just played it a half hour ago and I was completely wrong my memory was completely wrong and so was stews if you listen to this program you've heard me talk about this moment on fox recently because of what the president is going through over and over and over again and I was absolute I would bet my life on this would you still I heard about my life on it but I was definitely sure yeah in my mind that you had said it in one order and not the other so here's here's the from the episode of fox or of the the loudest voice on show time last night me on fox and friends and you'll hear Roger ailes who's being played by Russell Crowe you'll see this scene happen that many people have seen before in this audience welcome back to fox.
"roger ailes" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Roger ailes and fox and we've been watching it over the last couple of weeks because we lived it and we didn't see the side of Roger ailes that apparently some of the women working there saw but it's interesting because it was the other things were happening when we were there and it's interesting to see you know imagine a movie being made about something that happened in your office and you were there it's it's a kind of a bizarre thing well they're painting Roger ailes into this absolute monster and Roger may have been a monster with women I that I have no first hand experience on but I believe the the women and I could I could see Roger maybe being that way but I don't know I don't know Roger was a very interesting very interesting character he will be at the I don't know if I ever really knew Roger ailes I think I did I think I think like always I can see the best in people and I can see the what they could be and I really feel that I saw the Roger ailes that he wanted to be that's the side he showed it to me however he did set up a Preity manipulative and pretty controlling company we weren't that affected by it because we knew kind of going in we need to keep our distance at our independence I just didn't want to be just a regular fox person not that there was anything wrong with that I just wanted my independence so show time is showing this Roger is being a very manipulative on to the message of fox and I don't think that that is true at least our case he chose him having meetings and walking into my office first well I had an office there but I never use the office there I think twice I was sitting at my desk at fox and Roger never came strolling the whole ways you went your call to see him and so I was watching this and I thought about forty percent of this is accurate when it comes to me and what the Roger that I saw and I thought they would take in license was something I thought it was I was actually very excited to get on the air and talk about this because I we could show you the spin of the media well the opposite happened I just played it a half hour ago and I was completely wrong my memory was completely wrong and so was stews if you listen to this program you've heard me talk about this moment on fox recently because of what the president is going through over and over and over again and I was absolute I would bet my life on this would you still I'm going to bet my life on it but I was definitely sure yeah in my mind that you had said it in one order and not the other so here's here's the from the episode of fox or of the the loudest voice on show time last night me on fox and friends and you'll hear Roger ailes who's being played by Russell Crowe you'll see this scene happen that many people have seen before in this audience welcome back to fox.
Showtime's 'The Loudest Voice' Tells The True Story Of The Downfall Of Roger Ailes At Fox News
"The loudest voice. It's the new Showtime miniseries. Stories about the rise and fall of Fox News and particularly of Roger Ailes, the infamous founder of Fox News. Seth plays a character real life character named Brian Lewis. He was the head of public relations at FOX for many years. He came with Roger Ailes from CNBC when Roger was launching, Fox News. And he was most people would tell you the right hand of Roger Ailes. He was the pit bull. He guarded the company's internal business for Roche ously could be very tough with reporters obviously, but also anybody who tried to crack into the Fox News bubble. I think you'll be interested to hear Sestri bestirred drawing when he was two years old. He wrote a letter to Jim Henson studios when he was nine years old announcing that he was going to be a puppeteer and a cartoonist a kid who kind of knew what he wanted to be from the age of two and, you know, he gets into how do you do that? You have the dream when you're a kid, you move onto the Rhode Island school of design as he did. And. He was hired right away. They recognize his talent out to Hollywood worked on an animated show for a couple years before, again, when he was twenty four years old. He started family guy, which, by the way was cancelled twice was, not an immediate hit, I think people forget that. So to set the scene for you Seth and I got together at cafe. Carlyle at the famed Carlyle hotel in New York City. The cafe Carlyle is a jazz club. Seth has performed there a couple times because on top of everything else begin things that are scary. He sings in public. He's got five albums, including his latest once in a while, and he's been nominated for four Grammy award. So I got him to sit down at the piano, we got him to play a little bit sing a little bit. Do the thing that Seth MacFarlane does, but mostly to walk through fascinating life in fascinating career where the guy just does something different and surprises people all the time, a great conversation with Seth MacFarlane. We start by talking about the loudest voice, the series on Showtime. About Fox News. Thanks for doing this man for sure. So we've already gotten I think halfway through the show already we'll will start for the benefit of the viewers again. Yeah. I want to start with your character before we talk big picture, because I don't think most people know who he is. In fact, I know most people don't know, who is if you don't live in our media world Brian Lewis, who was he. And why is it important character in this big story, Brian Lewis was Roger Ailes PR chief for Fox News? And he also sort of functioned as his right hand man, and a lot of ways you know, this, this was the guy that Roger would blow off steam, too. And, and also the guy who was comfortable enough keeping keeping them in line when he may be got a little too off the rails. And, you know, according to the to Gabe chairman's book, and according to the series, he was also a guy was who was kind of on the outside of the. Emotional end of things. He was he was he was a democrat. Chocking way, working for Fox News. But more importantly, he was kind of a gun for hire. He was there because, you know, it was a good job and the ethics of it didn't really come into play. It was about, you know, being Boba fett. I guess. Liberal hire me, then he's a bounty hunter. So how did he to the extent? You got inside his head by reading the book. How did he reconcile knowing what he was doing was often wrong unethical? Yes. Doing the job. Well, I mean according to the material that I read that he, he at the end of the day he was. He could compartmentalize, he could put his family over here and his job over here, and essentially be two different people. But at a certain point. You know, he he idolized ales for a long time, and he really respected ails, as a marketer. And as as a as a promoter of whatever it was he wanted to promote. And he, I guess must have started to see him unraveling a little bit. And. It was probably a combination of genuine concern. Because there seemed to be a conscience there. And, and professional concern that, okay, I worked for this guy this reflects on me and, and he's starting to come apart at the seams.
Showtime's 'The Loudest Voice' Tells The True Story Of The Downfall Of Roger Ailes At Fox News
"The showtime limited series about roger ailes it's based on the book the loudest voice by gabriel sherman right that is correct and it's really interesting we'll get into it when do the site but we'll tell you this a lot of real life people are portrayed by actress there's even a guy playing david axelrod in this oh wow don't think david axelrod it's kinda like his portrayal tell you the truth interesting oh quite controversial for a little tease oh yes but there's a but i've seen in the promos for this on the show time they've seen the whole thing but i've seen in the promos and that's the most important trailers in the promos there is grab keys for going on there by roger ailes well There's there's, there's a couple of Trabzon grabbing keister of the, the new news anchors by him. Yeah, that's
"roger ailes" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Two minutes after the hour with Shannon. Frank Maryland's will wake up call. Let's go to the phones here on the eastern shores. Sam good morning. Earlier you said that all Delaware loves Giovane. Well, I beg to differ because down here south of the canal and Delaware. We don't like giovani's but doors are the seeing the canal when we call south Philly. He's as their well, I've seen all those Biden science when you're a law and come on. Come on. Now. Sam. Mother lives in Delaware and g says, you know, Sean, I am surrounded and she's in Sussex county. So you know again. She lives in Selby Ville. So it it is down there. Yes. It is. We've we've tried to spread Franks optimism for Donald Trump on the eastern shore, and you know, in Delaware in it's a it's a tough sell. But listen, I'd rather be in Delaware to be honest with you. I'm only two miles away. We can arrange that. Wilmington. Give me find the place. It's cheap. There's a such thing because all the New Yorkers in the guy folks from jersey all the blue staters are coming down to Delaware to buy land Wilmington is a hotbed of liberalism that of course, is just like Philadelphia. So there might be a few pockets of conservative or Republican areas of Delaware. But you know, when's the last time Delaware actually voted for a Republican president? They spent a long may it may go back to Bush forty one that might have been the last time, or maybe I don't think Bush forty carry the state I have to go back, and look, but it's been as probably been at least thirty five years or so. It is. But Sam keep on working. You'll never know maybe one day it'll change thanks for the call. John is in crofton converting John. Talking about the. CNN? I guess a town halls not getting much of an audience. You don't know what what's happening in? I don't know what happening at five to one week. I think never-trumper speaker of the house Paul Ryan and put them on the FOX board of directors. Wow. Nice move against Trump. And then Donna Brazile, she got fired from the DNC because she got questions in advance. I think from CNN. And they hired her as a contributor. There was an ugly. Personnel spokesperson for the State Department under Hillary with the blonde hair. The dark roads. Yeah. She's getting paid at a FOX payroll. Why did they hire these people? Well, you see what's that? I mean, you know, John, you probably know what's going on over there at FOX. I mean, Rupert Murdoch when he was running things, you know, basically, it was a conservative product that they were put up putting out there. But now that he's removed himself from the day to day operations. You have is too liberal sons who have taken over, and they're even more liberal wives that are influencing them. No, one of one of those sons just gave a head hefty donation to mayor Pete Buddha judge. So I think since Roger Ailes and Bill shine left. They were I think the the big folks that help them launch and get FOX where it is today. And I think. They say starch top show. In other words, if if if Rupert Murdoch wanted to be what FOX is becoming right now, then you would have seen that happen. But he didn't he one of the desert of even with Roger Ailes was there you had chef Smith had Chris Wallace you had a bunch of liberals contributors and so on and so forth. So again, I just think that this is some somebody on the in the upper management there thinks that this is how we grow audience. I think it's the ownership. It's part of it. And absolutely the dog is no longer involved, but there's also new management on board. And where Roger Ailes would push back. I think the new management is less likely to do that. That's what I'm saying. So but again, there are some luck. What are the options the alternatives? I can't physically bring myself to watch CNN or MSNBC. It makes me wanna gag. It's that bad. But no, more and more people are looking at the viewing. Oh now. All right. Gary and Bill says he's okay with the whole thing. Gary. Hey guy. Perspective. I've talked to you enough where my political leanings are very much constitutionalist. And and, but I thought the interview with Bernie Sanders was very eye-opening an enlightening. I don't understand people who it was a great success for him. Because I think they exposed him on a number of different fronts on his hypocrisy as to what he wants to do to others as opposed to what he'll have done to. Itself. So I thought that was pretty pretty good. There's an all terrier motive here that FOX may be wanting to showcase these people for what they really are. Well, I think it's conceivable. Business. I mean, FOX probably viewers to their program. Wouldn't be there. Business. And if if people like Martha and Brit keep asking the questions of Bernie then. I don't think there was anything. They ask you that was unfair. But I certainly I don't think he would have gotten that kind of questioning from CNN or MSNBC gear. Good point. Thanks again for joining us this morning up next. Senator Mike Lee his book are lost ration- right now. One of Mark Baltimore equitable insurance. They have been around a long time. They're celebrating their two hundred and twenty-fifth anniversary this year. That's right. They've been around a long long time and again what Baltimore equitable insurance. Does that makes them unique first off they sell only home owners, renters and condo insurance in Maryland, Pennsylvania. That's it. Secondly, they think when you know, you pay them deposit. They'll give you the insurance coverage you need when you no longer need that insurance that is you get all your money back one hundred hundred one hundred percent refundable, and that is just a, you know, if you don't believe me, just call them and see what they can do for you a lotta people say, what do you mean by the may have seen their fire marks proudly displayed on homes around town. Well, it goes back to. The great Baltimore fire. Nineteen o four in fact. The Baltimore equitable actually goes back to seventeen ninety four. So they've been around a long long time. You know, when you're no longer need insurance. They will give you all of your money back. You'll get your money back. That's for sure deposits of one hundred percent refundable. And when you need more insurance you bite at the rate as when you originally bought the policy, and if even if you have a clean your rate won't go up until you get all your money back. 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"roger ailes" Discussed on Here & Now
"And according to mayors reporting this reporter went to several editors and one said to her something like good reporting Kitto, but Rupert Murdoch wants Trump to win. So we're shelving it, and she tried to get it aired again after the Wall Street Journal after the election came out with its reporting and couldn't hiding story. Right. And so this. To me is there's some gray area. Here. It is a offensive. It is arguably unethical. It's arguably a moral. Does it does it? Does it become a legal matter? I think it's a little bit more difficult to to get that one. The same probably applies to her reporting that Roger Ailes tipped off candidate Trump about making Kelly's debate question about Trump's history of making disparaging remarks about women a lot of people thought he came back awfully quickly with that line about Rosie O'Donnell this reporting may explain it. But as you say Dylan Byers, it's offensive but recent polling show that ninety nine percent of CNN viewers believe President Trump has been lying about the Russia investigation. And just twelve percent of FOX viewers thought the president had lied. There is this is the story of our time. There is a Bokan ization of the media. And there we are living in in separate silos. Now as Americans based off of the news that we choose to consume based off of the sources that now. Reinforce our own worldview. And in the case of the Fox News viewers. They are getting a lot of misinformation. Well, we just got a look inside the silo Dylan Byers senior media reporter for NBC and MSNBC. Thank you. Thank you. You can't say Benjamin dryer is just a copy editor you can't say that because he's so much more. He's vice president executive managing editor and copy chief of Random House. But you also can't say because just as just a copy editor just as in merely is one of the words Benjamin dryer says throw away don't use it. And you will be a better writer. He should know. He's dedicated his life to making others better writers in that belly. Or sometimes sword fight copy editors have with the authors, they're editing as actress Zoe Caldwell once told him conspiratorially copy editors are like priests safeguarding their faith in which case Benjamin dryer has now written a new bible dryers English an utterly correct. Guide to clarity and style and Benjamin Dwyer joins us from NPR's New York studios. Welcome. Thank you for having me. And I have to confess I'm a little scared. I'm a little scared. I'm going to say something like more. Importantly, my mother. He said, it's more important. There's no Lee and all hell's going to break loose. Do you have people say that to you like they're almost afraid or talking to you people do say that? And of course, they say it, partly as a joke. But of course there partly deadly serious. We'll buy okay. How about our introduction a little overwritten personally in in that? I was the I was the object of it. I thought it was charming. Okay. Great goodbye. Well, let's talk about some of those words that you say don't use them for a week. And we can understand. These are words that modify other words, so very rather. Just and I can understand a word. That's being modified should be good enough to stand on its own two feet. But why just because there are so many other more interesting ways to say simply were merely or solely. And just is just so bland. We want more tips like that one. But before a lightning round, you only work with one author now, Elizabeth strout except for her first hollow Kittery. Yes, Burgess boys, and my name is Lucy Barton and anything is possible and very exciting. To admires of of loses olive comma again. Yes, the return which is spectacular. Well, what's that? Like, I mean, you're the shadow your offstage applauding the author..
"roger ailes" Discussed on Recode Media with Peter Kafka
"Well, the late Roger Ailes started calling Rupert up directly insane. This guy's trying to take over my business which. Was an absurd claim. Roger Ailes was making what a billion dollars a year, and we were spending maybe fifteen million on this or ten million on this operation, but he would call Rupert Murdoch and complained that Egan Alan you in the same building on sixth avenue. Yes. He's generating gazillion dollars. Yes. He feels in some way threatened by the tiny, Peter Kafka, someone someone wants someone wants explained to me that he said you have to understand. Roger sees SpongeBob squarepants as competition. You know, he's every he sees everything has competition, but he really went after me in a pretty vicious way both directly with Rupert Murdoch, and in the trade press clamp planted a rumor that I was trying to take over FOX business news, which is entirely untrue. So that's why am I telling you. Right. Because I I heard a story about this. Which is that you and some other folks had to go down to his office. Yes. Then make try and make nice. And then he hollered at you guys. Yeah. And he continued to gun in there too. But you didn't know thank God. I didn't know what are probably wouldn't have gone, but I would periodically get a call from from Rupert sane says you're trying to take over his business. What what what are we talking about here? The reason I say that is because at the end of the day in spite of that Rupert had my back. You know, I was breaking tradition doing something different. And you knew that Rupert Murdoch wanted you to do that. And to be clear the Rupert Murdoch cares. A lot about news. And journalism, and it's what sort of trips trigger. I think it's great that he's built up FOX and all that. But I mean, the the net not not the the news network, but everything else is sort of answer. I think in in his head. He loves news loves it and every aspect of it. I mean, I'll tell you another interesting story the the early days of the the ipad the guy who was then running our digital business walked into my office. Maybe a month or two before the ipad launched we didn't even know it was an ipad. We just new apple was about to launch something. And he said we're not going to. We're not gonna do anything for the ipad. Because we have too many other things we have to do, and they're already working with the New York Times, the New York Times, it's been there for two months, and and it's just too much trouble. Right. This is the thing where we're a certain number publications worked with apple in advance of the very few but went to Cupertino, and we're sort of going. No windows, you know, and and again, we didn't even know the name of this device yet. And so then maybe six weeks before the ipad, launches Steve Jobs comes to New York to meet with a group of editors and Rupert sits in on the meeting, and he passes it around and shows it to us, and then jobs leaves and Rupert calls us into his office and says this is going to change the world. I want the Wall Street Journal to be on it. I want the Wall Street Journal to be on it the day it launches which at that point was only six weeks away. And he said, I want the Wall Street Journal app. It damn well better be better than the New York Times app. Yes, sir. Yes, sir. So we put a team of people in a dark room with no windows, and they spent the next thing, you know, sent in pizza every few hours, and they sat there for six weeks and got the job done, and he would walk in every couple of weeks it in fact, and you also did the daily different group. He did. Yeah. He he would walk. In. It was interesting. He came in several times and said because the designers were digital designers and said they were designing an app that looked like the website, and he would walk in and look at it and say, no, no he's that doesn't look like my newspaper. I'm going to look like my newspaper, and he ended up being absolutely right about that. It periodically reported about a lot of the time..
Seth MacFarlane, Sienna Miller Join Showtime's Roger Ailes Miniseries
Stacy Brooks, Arizona and Trump discussed on Arizona's Morning News
"John Lithgow is set. To play former Fox. News chief Roger Ailes and an upcoming movie about the sexual harassment scandal with put. An end to his career the film features an ensemble cast with Charlene Darren playing Megan Kelly Cole Kidman is. Former Fox News anchor Gretchen Carlson and Margot Robbie as an associate
Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck's Divorce Case May Be Dismissed
"Jennifer garner in Ben Affleck's, divorce proceedings, might be thrown out if they don't act fast so Apparently if you fail to take the appropriate steps. In your case the court may dismiss your case. For delaying, prosecution is what a document says that's what, the blast has on their divorce situation you know they were married for nearly ten, years before separating in two thousand fifteen and Ben. Affleck has moved on with a, Saturday Night? Live producer and they, do have an amicable relationship. You don't hear anything. About them do you Jennifer. Garner, has said we're definitely. A modern family we're, doing really well it has to be children I you have no choice, it has to be but if they don't actually take another. Step, forward in the actual divorce, then it's going to be thrown. Out and they die file again I feel like I've been I won't speak for you Elizabeth but I think I know that there was, a long time that we were holding. Out hope, that the fact, that, this divorce wasn't progressing I'm, still holding out help me too I think because I'm like. Okay Going to happen, yours know I mean he's. Dating someone else I think she's she's done with having, him as one of the children I think that. I think probably more maintenance than, the children? And let me just, let me just say to. All the men out. There all four of you. Who, are listening to mytalk. One zero seven one, right now and I'm speaking particularly I think to heterosexual men simply because, that's the ones that I'm married to if you become one. Of, the children if you become, more work than one of the. Children it is the least attractive thing that you do it for your wife the kiss of death it's usually if it's like if she's, thinking like things would be easier without. You that is a bad, sign And that is why bet, it was like with Ben Affleck now and you're adding in addiction issue, which makes it very. Challenging and that does I mean when you add an addiction it does make that, person much
Katie Holmes and Jamie Foxx 'wrestle in the sand' to debunk breakup rumors
"Fox News anchor Gretchen Carlson in an upcoming movie about the women of Fox News she. Would be joining Shirley surround who attached to star as making Kelly in this movie the movie is being described as an unsolvable with Roger Ailes, and others who were involved at Fox News during. His reign said to be mayor played major players in this movie. And other characters. Most likely will include credit van Susteren Rupert Murdoch and Bill o'riley this'll be interesting What is this going to be on this is going to be. A theatrical release I guess I didn't realize that I just. Assumed made for TV movie no this is going to, be, on the big screen if it is the studio that? Is making the dictator movies starring Christian bale Oh my gosh we'll go and. Google Christian bale is Dick Cheney have that. Fun experience okay Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta Jones teenage daughter apparently had. No, idea Michael Douglas was famous when she was younger. She's telling town and country magazine I thought my dad was, a pancake maker What yeah what when she was three probably when. She was little because. Michael. Douglas superstar of film TV's every kid though you think like you. Don't know what they do if you ask, what are your parents I don't. Know they just go play telling me exactly Well now she did grow up in Bermuda which is far away, from New York and l.. A., and she did have an adjustment period, that, must've been rough, Katie Holmes and Jamie Foxx really want. You to, know that they're still definitely a thing whether an, exclusive cover and the photo spread in the, latest issue of us weekly Katie Holmes. And Jamie Foxx well they're oblivious. To? Onlookers. And photographers via yeah they, played volleyball wrestled in the sand like you do and yes they even shared a passionate kiss in, these photographs then a totally random. Beachgoer tells us, weekly they were totally? Engaged with each. Other they were never on their phones She had an incredible smile. On her face she looked smitten Wow that's almost like it's too good to be. True you think All right.
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