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"rogers media" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

Blogging the Boys

02:38 min | 10 months ago

"rogers media" Discussed on Blogging the Boys

"Falcons twitter account. A lot of respect with what? And talked about me and my mom, the foundation about Suicide Prevention Yeah respect the hell out of you. Absolutely. Very, cool of hidden hers to chase down. Dak Prescott after the game to talk about mental health. Of course, we've talked about here on our show and on all of our shows on the blog, the boys podcast network about Dak Prescott comments about mental health and how brave you for them. Very, big talking point across the world really not just sports and not just football. and. So really really really awesome to see this moment between Hayden and deck can please consider donating the Hayden Hers Family Foundation. You can read about what Hayden Hearst Foundation Does IT HAYDEN HEARST FOUNDATION DOT COM hopefully, he enact Prescott do collaborate one day I. think that would be something that we would all be interested in seeing and I do also want to play one more bit of audio. I know that he's certainly not somebody that Dallas cowboys fans fan from a football perspective but green bay packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers has always been a thoughtful person in the NFL and he was asked about these comments. About the exchange, what the conversation has been lately with regards to mental health, etc.. Match Schneiderman on twitter at match nine covers Green Bay packers for the Athletic I. tweeted out an interview or a bit of an interview. Excuse me a bit of Aaron Rogers, media session on Wednesday and Aaron through some good os isn't through some props decks way as well. Here's what Aaron Rodgers had to say courtesy of match nightman. I. Saw said I applaud them. I. Think. Is Phenomenal speaking out because that's true. Kirch. That's true. Strength instead of weakness at all sun you know and anybody who attacks. You know as. Other. People's opinions of ourselves have really nothing to do with us. The conversation that Dak Prescott created by speaking up and you know the fall out of that, we don't have to get into it but I the interacts with Hayden hearst Aaron Rodgers speaking up all very cool and very great moments to see from our human beings. Rogers did also mentioned that he saw the deck and Hayden had that interaction and so it was a really heartwarming moment. So. Kudos to Hayden clued us to dad. Kudos to Aaron could do. We hope you enjoy the interview with Unicom's WanNa. Thank thinker again for the time she's very busy. Just, dominating the football world and the football landscape all over the Internet and Oliver Television and Oliver really the world. But it was a lot of fun certainly great to hear about the strengths and weaknesses of the seahawks and like I said, I do think this is going to be a fun shootout between Dak Prescott and Russell Wilson. But of course, time will. Tell we'll see what Thursdays injury report has to say a reminder that later on today it is Thursday the third day..

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"rogers media" Discussed on The Gravy Train

The Gravy Train

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"rogers media" Discussed on The Gravy Train

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"rogers media" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"rogers media" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Mean and that you running out the door of I couldn't recognize this we came up with an idea no man in speak of the devil and most companies because they weren't accept the heavens no reason to think the next destination is the man I was on my hi do I smell around here what now red meat well what happened to you I wonder what he's wearing a rape of garlic when you know I'm wearing this especially for you but if it's for me I prefer Chanel number five and once again no yeah well I try to give evil spirits away from me you've been keeping Bad Company again yes you do my wife is ready to go to any extreme to make us part company we won't let it get away with that I'm afraid but you know it is yeah this is I'm the ones with the Rogers media hurt in it what a wonderful idea men under me you believe in all this rubbish our topic she's just like all the other women who is running the fortune tellers getting a palm right fantastic reels bait believing in all this man and not movies all what in the world did you one of the Roger I'm getting pretty tired hanging around earth is a low playing maybe the Roger can contact thanks for going to Utah whatever get to the party gave him with the Jimmy look man out of you to go to the Roger with Melvin no not if used to go with you I want to stay right here in bed or I'll know why if you don't come with us now you will not be enough I know why the sounds of the golden age of radio continue with yester year well here we are the largest home coded into it Cody looked like a palace I must be pretty profitable business contact now I know how you get this but it got the log in the scan of the line this call in order number you would remain invisible and no tricks Hey you know what all these doors in the home with you which one we end up me very confusing we will all be lines on the door those the signs of the zodiac meaning the north libra the scales Scorpio Leo the lion this must be the rajas room Taurus the bull with the half moon not the right room look at all the black velvet hanging on the wall yeah this place gives me the creeps the mobile the number you could probably come in a mother yet no I'm here I hope let me out of here don't know real because remember gotta goes what you'll find out goals.

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"rogers media" Discussed on podnews

podnews

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"rogers media" Discussed on podnews

"Dot net. Acoss has launched a cast access a product that allows podcast publishers to offer subscription based podcasts behind a publisher's own pay wall, which listeners can then play in the podcasting app of their choice. It's a very different model to luminaries subscription plans for podcasting a cast access apparently allowing premium content to be played in almost any podcast app. The Canadian media, conglomerate Rogers media has acquired Pacific content. Canada's first branded podcast company. The company will join Rogers, but we'll continue to operate as a standalone business, more radio activity correlation has been hired by a are an Australian radio broadcaster has commercial products and audio partnerships director fifteen percent of Australians listened to a podcast in the past week say Edison research and a partial release of their two thousand nineteen infinite dial Australia study, and I was slightly lower than in the US. Where twenty two percent weekly listeners the research is fully compatible bomb. Brennan's audio land conference today also included chance about brand safety and exclusivity with podcast heads from Australia. We linked to those from our show notes and our newsletter today. Also in our newsletter apple have dated documentation and emailed podcasters about their new web player and episode pages. If you've not the Email, we we reproduce it in full patriots have explained their copyright and terms of use which some podcasters have queried. There's nothing unusual in them spotify's testing algorithm driven podcast recommendations alongside their music recommendations as well. The Wall Street Journal and Gimblett daily news podcasts were launched this summer yesterday in an internal E mail that we've seen we discover the two new co hosts Kate line, bow is the Wall Street Journal's deputy US news coverage chief Ryan nuts. And is a former Wall Street Journal tech. Telco reporter also announced Andrew Susman is going to be joining as the executive producer. He joins from the world, which is a co production between the BBC W H in Boston and PRI audio to video social sharing company. Headliner has announced to deal with Entercom. A US radio broadcaster Verizon have announced a set of new podcast from Yahoo. Finance and deal with ads ways to offer programmatic advertising. Audio burst audio search company has announced the launch of a service with flip board, offering clips of broadcast radio and podcasts to flip boards users US research company. Nielsen has written a piece tracking brand awareness in podcast advertising. Indie pod fest. Two thousand nineteen is a festival at Indy podcast makers and fans in Melbourne in Victoria, Australia. They have launched a crowdfunding push. The festival is looking for nineteen thousand five hundred dollars to hold an event. In July and the Cincinnati podcast festival in October. He's putting out a call for entries to podcasters the want to present and perform at this year's festival. Thank you to evergreen podcasts. A welcoming new podcast network designed for the creative class to create listen and inspire and also to headliner tools to promote your podcast on social media with video for both becoming pod news supporters today and funding this ridiculously long episode of pod Hughes today. Thank you to them. We do also mentioned

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Acast Launches Secure Paid-For Podcasts in Almost Any App

podnews

03:32 min | 2 years ago

Acast Launches Secure Paid-For Podcasts in Almost Any App

"Dot net. Acoss has launched a cast access a product that allows podcast publishers to offer subscription based podcasts behind a publisher's own pay wall, which listeners can then play in the podcasting app of their choice. It's a very different model to luminaries subscription plans for podcasting a cast access apparently allowing premium content to be played in almost any podcast app. The Canadian media, conglomerate Rogers media has acquired Pacific content. Canada's first branded podcast company. The company will join Rogers, but we'll continue to operate as a standalone business, more radio activity correlation has been hired by a are an Australian radio broadcaster has commercial products and audio partnerships director fifteen percent of Australians listened to a podcast in the past week say Edison research and a partial release of their two thousand nineteen infinite dial Australia study, and I was slightly lower than in the US. Where twenty two percent weekly listeners the research is fully compatible bomb. Brennan's audio land conference today also included chance about brand safety and exclusivity with podcast heads from Australia. We linked to those from our show notes and our newsletter today. Also in our newsletter apple have dated documentation and emailed podcasters about their new web player and episode pages. If you've not the Email, we we reproduce it in full patriots have explained their copyright and terms of use which some podcasters have queried. There's nothing unusual in them spotify's testing algorithm driven podcast recommendations alongside their music recommendations as well. The Wall Street Journal and Gimblett daily news podcasts were launched this summer yesterday in an internal E mail that we've seen we discover the two new co hosts Kate line, bow is the Wall Street Journal's deputy US news coverage chief Ryan nuts. And is a former Wall Street Journal tech. Telco reporter also announced Andrew Susman is going to be joining as the executive producer. He joins from the world, which is a co production between the BBC W H in Boston and PRI audio to video social sharing company. Headliner has announced to deal with Entercom. A US radio broadcaster Verizon have announced a set of new podcast from Yahoo. Finance and deal with ads ways to offer programmatic advertising. Audio burst audio search company has announced the launch of a service with flip board, offering clips of broadcast radio and podcasts to flip boards users US research company. Nielsen has written a piece tracking brand awareness in podcast advertising. Indie pod fest. Two thousand nineteen is a festival at Indy podcast makers and fans in Melbourne in Victoria, Australia. They have launched a crowdfunding push. The festival is looking for nineteen thousand five hundred dollars to hold an event. In July and the Cincinnati podcast festival in October. He's putting out a call for entries to podcasters the want to present and perform at this year's festival. Thank you to evergreen podcasts. A welcoming new podcast network designed for the creative class to create listen and inspire and also to headliner tools to promote your podcast on social media with video for both becoming pod news supporters today and funding this ridiculously long episode of pod Hughes today. Thank you to them. We do also mentioned

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"rogers media" Discussed on Breaking Beauty Podcast

Breaking Beauty Podcast

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"rogers media" Discussed on Breaking Beauty Podcast

"The group understanding was that we're going to forget that it's a handcream. Let's I just look at what is the best way to treat the skin that targets really all aspects of what you would worry about typically in better agent. So don't focus on oh, it's four spots or it's for wrinkles or just pull out of sight. If you just wanted to age better, and you weren't concerned about where you're gonna ply something. Where would you what would you create? And then let's just make sure that it's very hydrating. And we knew it was going to be a hand cream. But ultimately, it was only going to be a hand cream because the face was just in sort of a contractual territory. And that's where he came to be. I was so shocked when they woke up in the Daily Mail on the front cover of the news where it said shoe, use your hand cream on your face, and the whole article was on hand chemistry and have randoms compete. First of all that would have cost probably a hundred thousand pounds for God knows what would happen with it. But but you couldn't have bought it. It's so obvious when something is written because you're paid for it hand chemistry was one of those products that rapidly became the number one bestseller in the UK in some ways hand chemistry had a mass appeal like the infamous boots number seven serum. You know, I think people really like that it was sold on drugstore level. But these days Brandon is rethinking that strategy to boots. I've never wanted to be a mass market product. But when you're when you start you have to take opportunistic approach to everything, and so they really supported us, and it was really great. And and as you know, the people that supported us, we're what made it because boots as an organization or really any mammoth organization actually never would support an entrepreneur, we have many of those partners, and I can say very publicly they've never supported us. So there's always been war every time I've gone to a meeting has been very unpleasant circumstance of an elephant talking to a mouse saying I'm gonna step on you. And the reality is that you continue doing that. Until the point that you're in an environment where there are little holes that the mouse. Can go into the elephant candidacy, and so we're there now, and we're actually slowly telling in fact, we just sent to know two to three months ago saying we don't want to have any of our products there. Even though we have four. Four brands with them. Now, Saint Charles drive past the hang chemistry. Knbr actually pulling that at now because he just it's not necessary you give so much margin, you're constantly being bashed pushing around breasts. Ultimately, the only boss of them of me of everybody along the way all the legal firms. We all have only one boss, and that's the consumer balls of steel or wait. Are we allowed to say that are we allowed to say that event? Someone we've interviewed Brandon would be okay with that. He's pretty he's pretty upfront. So one thing that I will admit I was a little shy of going into. This interview is that there was a point in time when Brandon turned his bluntness to the Canadian media, I'm going to read this little head bit from the globe and mail dated December tenth twenty fifteen. There's nothing more boring than Canadian media, the British media lick the floor when dossier has something new. But here my God. The last time I walked through the Rogers media building. I said this is the last time I'm going to either enter or exit this building a great, quote, I loved it. It was given to the global mail like so funny. It is except that I worked at Rogers. And you know, I will admit it is true that this is a Canadian beauty line that blew up in the UK before it got a lot of recognition here. I mean people were writing about it. But not to the extent that they were carrying on in the UK and to be fair though. This is a phenomenon that happens across the board. So in fashion, it could be d- squared or Erdem like if they were living here, they'd probably have a few less zeroes in their Bank account, if they worked in Canada, and or you know, the weekend or Drake or Bieber it's not until like exports..

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"rogers media" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

10:59 min | 2 years ago

"rogers media" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Ball the final top twenty five rankings after fifty million rankings throughout the season fifty million power rankings and everything else. Clemson Obama to Ohio State three Oklahoma four Notre Dame five then LSU, Georgia and Florida tied for seventh taxes nine and Washington state, Mike Leach ten they. Clemson's blowout. Win over Alabama. Here you go with what I don't care about the overnight ratings the lowest for a college football national championship since Alice you in two thousand twelve the last game before that Obama Georgia last year. Had like way bigger ratings. So if it means anything to you, a fourteen six overnight that Bama Georgia game, a sixteen seven so. The Spurs have significant interest in Kristaps Porzingis. According to Tim Daniels of the AP and. It's unclear whether he'll play at all this season. He averaged twenty two point six boards two blocks while shooting almost forty percent from three Bahrain across forty eight appearances last season before he suffered the knee injury. He said he wants to stay in New York is whole career. But he says he wants to win the most. When the time comes seriously started thinking about it right now. I just tried to do my best. Yeah. It's gotta be towards your plan for the next. Honestly, did you see him tonight? Bend over against the warriors. I mean, they got smacked. I had the numbers up before it was one twenty two ninety five Thompson Ed forty three at seven threes. Durant had twenty four and I've said curry had a rough night's shooting five of nineteen from the floor and three of twelve from downtown. Kevin love could be out until the all star break. Have you ever seen anything like this guy gets injured? I mean is there anyone who gets injured more than Kevin love? I mean, honestly. He's got game. There's no doubt about it for a white boy. Right. But he's not injured every year. I mean, he's just every year every year. It's just automatic. Right. That he's going to be out as he played like literally I feel like he hasn't played the whole season. How disastrous are the Cleveland Cavaliers without LeBron James? It is it. It's almost unbelievable, isn't it? It's like the worst team in a league. Who's worse? The sons. I mean, they lose every game. They play Ken the raptors sell their star. Kawhi Leonard on a future in Toronto. This is a huge question because everybody's already got him going to LA to the clippers and wherever else the Lakers, blah, blah, blah. All I know is is that from the jump. I have said that I truly believe that they'll end up having a shot at this guy because I think he's, you know, before it even started I said on this show that he would enjoy it there. And that is a great town. Right. And it it really is a great. City, and it's a lot of fun there. It's cool. And it's and it really is New York without hate. If you ask me, and I just thought he would really dig it. And he's you know, they're winning. They're really good team. And I think that at the end of the day they're going have a shot to keep them. I really do. I think he might actually like it there enough to stay. I could be wrong carbon. I do you think you'll stay in Toronto or bolt he'll leave and you go so much for that theory. Opponents are saying that the nets are staggeringly good all of a sudden everyone thinks that the nets are gonna make the playoffs including Brad Stevens. They are you think they'll Megan? I do they are a lot better. They're better than than axe. Everybody's better than the Knicks Azabu key the guy at Kansas had I guess he's having surgery on his torn hand ligament. He's done for the year. I think that really hurts Kansas big time. Elias. Peterson of the Canucks is NIA star player like rookie. Yes. He would be the Calder winner right now placed on injured reserve how long does that mean? He's out. It's not a set date. It's just whenever he is basically to open up a roster spot last night. You were telling me about the Miami brotherhood of the John Jay deal. Tell me about what this all means. Now, they've signed all of Manny Machado is best friends. The White Sox have going to bring in John. Jay, they brought in yonder Alonzo. And these guys are like Manny Machado best friends based ones think Alonzo's is brother-in-law John. Jay's the three of them are like life, you know, friends forever. So. The White Sox are either know something or they're trying to do whatever they can to get him in there. Patty Harrington chosen as the European Ryder Cup, captain, I think that's a solid choice for the mates. Good. Hope. He loses. There you go a good Irish by you're already rooting against all in Ryder Cup. I gotta root for the United States. I told you that they lose to the Europeans and Paris. Here we go Larry in Maryland, you're on CBS sports radio. Thank you, Scott, not to beat a dead. But to go back to John Harbaugh in his post-game presser said that there was no way that Joe is going to play out of respect and they couldn't afford to have Leonard they dressed him. So why not the activate Joe and put in RG three as active better mindset to run the RPO slash wishbone. Well, I just don't think they ever even remotely considered data at all. I think that was the furthest thing from their mind. You guys are really drawn straws here, bro. You got to let it go. I mean, honestly at this point, please, I'm begging you to stop. You guys are I mean, you guys are really high. You gotta stop smoking just blunt and just chill out and have a Marlboro or something in a glass of beer because you guys are just not letting this go and you sound almost half ridiculous. I mean, I have never seen a. Team two days later, you guys are still crying about this Jesus Christ moved to Chicago. And and see what it's like supper with those people at least they had it on their fingertips and blew it. You guys just got your ass. Be. I don't be fooled by the final score stop trying to figure out what John Harbaugh. I love. All you guys think your head coaches in the NFL it really believable to me. I. It gets worse by the call night. You don't have anything against you or your opinion. I just have I got back in yet. Just let it go. It's over. I mean, it is so over I mean, John Harbaugh all of them there. Believe me you there. Adam. I'm sure, but they're not can you imagine. If he's bringing that up at the kitchen table is wife's going to smack him. I mean, honestly, she's gonna throw a bowl of cereal in his face. Stop talking about it already. It's over it's done. There's nothing you can do about it you guys. I mean, honestly, I don't know what the hell you're trying to do make. Did you wanna play the game? Again, is that what you want you want to play it over get a second chance. It's unbelievable. You guys are still trying to figure this out. I mean, honest to God that one's really honestly, our g three really really. You want to bring in that guy. They wouldn't let him touch the football field. Please. Honestly, I don't know. What did they I don't even think I can drive home Allison into this wreck in Toronto? My call Scott. First of all thank you for the last week, making a communist, junior hockey things have just finished six. Secondly, we have prohibition here for Bluejays exhibition stadium for using alcohol. Thirdly, I wanna say the show needs TV contracts. That's an important thing and quiet render will not play for the raptors next thing because Rogers media, and they want hometown discount salary. So thank you much time. How the guy I just don't believe that for one minute is he's as he actually going to sit here and try to tell me that the most powerful Rogers media, you're going to tell me, they don't spend money. They're broke or something. And they they won't pay. There's nothing that franchise wants more than that keep that guy. There is that not accurate is that not accurate. Better William Hill resort in Atlantic City place to three hundred thousand dollar bet on the ravens at minus three against the chargers that did not go well for him. The MGM reported four large bets totaling fifty five thousand on the chargers from the same customer that guy. Just cashed a better William Hill in Monmouth park, racetrack and jersey placed two hundred twenty thousand dollar bet on the chargers. Plus three cashed the chargers attracted more than any other team during the weekend draft kings, New Jersey sports book. How about this one guy bat two hundred sixty thousand dollar money line on the bears to beat the eagles straight up. What's how about this? The box would have been crushed. If the bears won the Super Bowl, they were one hundred to one long shot if they would cash those tickets, I would have killed him. The eagles various game was the most heavily bet game during gangs sports books. This summer. The Seahawks to Bunga version with one eighteen to play and they're twenty four July garbage that major implications. You know, like I said some people had it at Cowboys, minus one and a half. That's what I added at some added two and a half. And then you lose. William Hill in Nevada, New Jersey and West Virginia. Seventy one percent of the money bet on Seattle, Dallas points. Fred was on the Seahawks. A better at Monmouth places series of bats, totaling two hundred seventy five thousand on the Cowboys. He cashed them not all of them. Now. Dallas and minus two pushed and Dallas minus two and a half lost. He ended up winning forty five thousand two hundred seventy five thousand so that did not go well notable Super Bowl bad still alive. Twenty grand on the chargers at twenty two to one that would net four hundred forty thousand twenty three hundred and the Cowboys at seventy five to one that would net hundred seventy two five nine thousand on the same today. Eighteen and one that would net hundred sixty two grand two thousand on the eagles at sixty to one that would net one hundred and twenty grand eight hundred on the colts at one hundred and fifty one that would net hundred and twenty thousand dollars. So believe me you feel that the biggest game that the. The houses are worried about on Sunday. The last game the eagles and saints because of all the parlays and teasers that are going to be riding on that game. Anyway, just some tidbits. I got that from ESPN and day Burnham's column. See now, there you go credit where it's good stuff from him on a gambling nuts. Episode one sixteen of Verona bats tomorrow morning, bright and.

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"rogers media" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"rogers media" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"I don't know why we're going to talk about the national association of broadcasters. But there's been some stuff coming out of there that affects apparently our world when it comes to preservation. Oh, it really does. I cut my teeth in this kind of thing and the old broadcasting business, and I still love it. I love going to NBC and all the new whistles and bells. But the neat thing about it in a good way to relate it to our listeners is if you have like an Acura car, the cars are really cool all kind of neat Stefan them. They didn't invent it for accurate came out of Formula one. You're probably totally uninterested in for one. You might not even know a Formula one. Is you probably never seen a race. But that's where they try and test things once they get all the bugs out of it. And they're thirty. Thousand dollars for this piece of equipment by the time. They get all this done, and it ends up in your actress like a five hundred dollar option. Right. Like the cars drive automatically wanted to keep you from drifting into the wrong lane. The ones that stopped because you forgot to hit your brakes when the deer jumped out to close a car we see the ads. Yeah. Always technology came from Formula one. But now they've got it perfected. They can put it in our cars because they've already expensive out so to speak in for one. So we go to n a b and then you've got some of the coolest things. In fact, the Wayne Brown who is the director of creative technologies has Rogers media came up with something. That is absolutely the smartest thing. I think I've ever heard. He said, it's not about the tech. It's about the people using the tech. Right. Just so true. The technology is out there in weather. I'm using it. A place down the street is using it someplace in Alabama's Usenet or whoever's using it that same technology is going to be used in different ways. That's why on the show. We always tell you when you're getting your videotapes transfer and your audio tapes do in real. I'll time not through a computer right machine. This made specifically to go real time from your Tate to a disk or MP for whatever kind of format you want because it's made for that. Anytime you go and speed it up is going to harm it. So it's the same thing. All these different people have the same technology. Why is it so much better to go to us or one of the people that we recommend because we know how to take this technology and use it the best. In fact, I kinda adapted. His thing a little bit and said, it's not about the technology. It's about the technician using the technology. Yep. That's you or whether that's professional. Exactly. Yeah. So in a lot of this stuff come from these professionals were used to make literally hundreds of dollars an hour for the cheap guys thousand dollars an hour for the big guys. But then it drops down like the Davinci program we tell people about that you can download for free. When that first came out. It was used only in motion picture production studios. And it was like three thousand dollars for what they call a one-seat license. But now that stuff's come down to us. And it's made it more possible for us to use it and one of the neatest things that I've seen that's on the horizon is there's artificial technology. And you think all yeah. Steven Spielberg's movie. But they wrote that when this stuff was first happening. You're going to have scanners we talked about last week that you're going to be able to have artificial technology. It's not just algorithms. It's actually looking at your photo looking at your negatives. It knows what it's supposed to look like. And it takes your scans. And takes a lot of the photo shopping afterwards out of your hands. You have to do it anymore. Wow. And with a photo shop, you can go and write algorithms is he okay? And all these photos that are like this. I want you to do this. I want you to do this with this. Artificial technology is going to automatically figure that out itself and go make these things are crazy. And if somebody would've told me this about five years ago. Okay. Yeah. Right. I got some beachfront property in Utah love to sell to you. But it's really really true. This artificial technology is getting so fast, and so cheap now as class of microchips and things are coming down. And the things that they can put on the chips like my son asked me specifically about this the other day, and I told him it's not that we didn't know how to do it. Ten years ago. We didn't have the technology to make it chips small enough that we could put all that stuff on that ship to make it work. It's unbelievable where we're going. All right. I want to hear more about this.

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"rogers media" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"rogers media" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"I don't know why we're going to talk about the national association of broadcasters. But there's been some stuff coming out of there that affects apparently our world when it comes to preservation. Oh, it really does. I cut my teeth in this kind of thing and the old broadcasting business, and I still love it. I love going to NABC and all the new whistles and bills. But the neat thing about it in a good way to relate it to our listeners is if you have like an Acura car, the cars are really cool. There's all kinds of neat Stefan them. They didn't invent it for accurate came out of Formula one. And you're probably totally uninterested for you one. You might not even know a Formula one is you probably never seen a race. But that's where they try and test things at once. They get all the bugs out of it. And they're thirty. Thousand dollars this piece of equipment by the time. They get all this done, and it ends up in your actress like a five hundred dollar option, right? Like the cars drive automatically wanted to keep you from drifting into the wrong lane. The ones that stopped because you forgot to hit your brakes when the dare. You're you're going to close a car. We see the ads. Yeah. All this technology came from Formula one. But now they've got a perfect it. They can put it in our cars because they've already expensive out so to speak in for one. So we go to NA be. And then you've got some of the coolest things. In fact, the Wayne Brown who is the director of creative technologies has Rogers media came up with something. That is absolutely the smartest thing. I think I've ever heard. He said, it's not about the tech. It's about the people using the tech. Right. Just so true. The technology is out there. And whether I'm using it a place down the street is using it someplace in dothan, Alabama's Usenet or whoever's using it that same technology is going to be used in different ways. That's why on the show. We always tell you when you're getting your video tapes transfer and your audio tapes do them in real time, not through a computer right machine. This made specifically to go real time from your tape to disk or empty for whatever kind of format you want because it's made for that. Anytime you go and speed it up is going to harm it. So it's the same thing. All these different people have the same technology. Why is it so much better to go to us or one of the people that we recommend because we know how to take this technology and use it the best in fact that kind of adapted his thing a little bit and said, it's not about technology. It's about the technician using the technology. Yup. That's you or whether that's a professional. Exactly. Yeah. So in a lot of this stuff come from these professionals were used to make literally hundreds of dollars an hour for the cheap guys in thousand dollars an hour for the big guys. But then it dropped down. Like the Davinci program. We tell people about that you can download for free. When that first came out. It was used only in motion picture production studios. And it was like three thousand dollars for what they call a one-seat license. But now that stuff's come down to us. And it's made it more possible for us to use it and one of the neatest things that I've seen that's on the horizon is there's artificial technology, and you think oh, yeah. Steven Spielberg's AI moving. But they wrote that when this stuff was first happening, you're going to have scanners we talked about last week that you're going to be able to have artificial technology is not just algorithms. It's actually looking at your photo looking at your negatives. It knows what it's supposed to look like and it takes your scans. And takes a lot of the photo shopping afterwards out of your hands. You have to do it anymore. Wow. And with a photo shop, you can go and write algorithms and say, okay, and all these photos that are like this. I want you to do this. I want you to do this with this artifice technology is going to automatically figure that out at self and go make these things look crazy. And if somebody would tell me this about five years ago. Okay. Yeah. Right. I got some beachfront property new Todd left to sell to you. But it's really really true. This artificial technology is getting so fast, and so cheap now as class of microchips and things are coming down and the things that they can put on chips like my son asked me specifically about this the other day, and I told him it's not that we didn't know how to do it ten years ago. We didn't have the technology to make chips small enough that we could put all that stuff on that ship to make it work. It's unbelievable where we're going. All right. I want.

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"rogers media" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"rogers media" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"I don't know why we're going to talk about the national association of broadcasters. But there's been some stuff coming out of there that affects apparently our world when it comes to preservation. Oh, it really does. I cut my teeth in this kind of thing and the old broadcasting business, and I still love it. I love going NABC in Albany, whistles and bills. But the neat thing about it in a good way to relate it to our listeners is if you have like an Acura car, the cars are really cool. There's all kinds of neat stuff on them. They didn't invent it for accurate came out of Formula one probably totally uninterested in for you might not even know a Formula one is you've probably never seen a race. But that's where they try and test things at once. They get all the bugs out of it. And they're thirty. Thousand dollars this piece of equipment by the time. They get all this done, and it ends up in your actress like a five hundred dollar option, right? Like the cars drive automatically wins to keep you from drifting into the wrong lane. The ones that stopped because you forgot to hit your brakes when the deer. You're you're getting close a car. We see the ads. Yeah. Always technology came from Formula one. But now they've got it perfect. They can put it in our cars because they've already expensive out so to speak, and so we go to AB and they've got some of the coolest things. In fact, the Wayne Brown who is the director of creative technologies. Rogers media came up with something. That is absolutely the smartest thing. I think I've ever heard. He said, it's not about the tech. It's about the people using the tech. Right. Just so truth. The technology is out there in weather. I'm using it. A place down the street is using it someplace in dothan, Alabama's Usenet or whoever's using it that same technology is going to be used in different ways. That's why on the show. We always tell you when you're getting your videotapes transfer and your audio tapes do them in real time, not through a computer right machine. This made specifically to go real time from your tape to disk or MP for whatever kind of format you want because it's made for that. Anytime you go and speed it up is going to harm it. So it's the same thing. All these. Different people have the same technology. Why is it so much better to go to us or one of the people that we recommend because we know how to take this technology and use it the best. In fact, I kinda adapted. His thing a little bit and said, it's not about the technology. It's about the technician using technology. Yeah. That's you or whether that's a professional. Exactly. Yeah. So in a lot of this stuff comes from these professionals were used to make literally hundreds of dollars an hour for the cheap guys in thousand dollars an hour for the big guys. But then it drops down like the Davinci program we tell people about that you can download for free. When that first came out. It was used only in motion picture production studios. And it was like three thousand dollars for what they call a one seat license. But now that stuff's come down to us. And it's made it more possible for us to use it and one of the neatest things that I've seen that's on the horizon is there's artificial technology, and you think oh, yeah. Steven Spielberg's moving, but they wrote that when this stuff was first happening, you're going to have scanners we talked about last week that you're going to be able to have artificial technology. It's not just al-gharib. It's actually looking at your photo looking at your negatives. It knows what it's supposed to look like and it takes your scans. And takes a lot of the photo shopping afterwards out of your hands. You have to do it anymore. Wow. And with a photo shop, you can go and write algorithms and say, okay, and all these photos that are like this. I want you to do this. I want you to do this with this. Artificial technology is going to automatically figure that out itself and go make these things are crazy. And if somebody would've told me this about five years ago, what is it? Okay. Yeah. Right. I got some beachfront property in Utah left to sell to you. But it's really really true. This artificial technology is getting so fast, and so cheap now as class of microchips and things are coming down. And the things that they can put on the chips like my son asked me specifically about this the other day, and I told him it's not that we didn't know how to do it ten years ago. We didn't have the technology to make it chips small enough that we could put all that stuff on that ship to make it work. It's unbelievable where we're going. All right. I want to hear more about this than.

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"rogers media" Discussed on NFL Live

NFL Live

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"rogers media" Discussed on NFL Live

"Great green did agrees. If you want to crawl new crown trying to crown Jack, they shouldn't be crown. This is what happened to you? Love. The Rams beat the Rams odor going to win the Super Bowl you love Rogers, media Rogers. Oh, they're going to win the Super Bowl both of those games where Soldier Field and if anybody's ever been to Chicago after late October, it's miserable place. Brutal. Toke place to play in when you have a defense like that it gets even more difficult when the playoffs come you're going to have to trust the guide quarterbacking the team, and they'll Mitchell Trubisky is difficult to defend because he can extend plays. I just don't think they have enough offensively to go to New Orleans recited the numbers on the saints home field advantage in the postseason. So if the bears now. Make the playoffs. They could beat a vision where they have a home playoff game. Then have to go win and LA then have to go into New Orleans, and they are good enough to do that. But that's a lot to ask him a young team a young quarterback to a whole lot. All right here, we go. Welcome back. It is overreaction Monday. You're on NFL live. This is our patriots overreaction f the Steelers big win patriots. Not making the AFC championship is the statement overreaction or not. He's just one championship. No. There's no reaction for me. And I understand that. They do not not used to not having a bye, let's start there. They are much better in the postseason at home than they have been on the road. I just I just want to be late to the party to be honest. In terms of New England is done. They haven't been great this year. Yesterday was certainly disappointing loss for them. Tom Brady's made to really uncared respect decisions that have cost the team points. Two weeks in a row was our touchdown against Miami. I just think that ultimately Bill Bella checks. Good enough coach, and they still have good enough players if they're gonna get some of that stuff. They're gonna get some of it cleaned up, and you know in order to make it to the championship game. It may be about beating, you know, the ravens and Lamar Jackson in Foxborough and beating you know. Shawn Watson Houston Texans team that they've had their number. You know in Houston. I mean, it may come down to that be playing in the game. And I think they can do that. Yeah. I mean, Tim kind of stole my thunder. But that's exactly what I was thinking looking at the board. Obviously, they can't see it right now. That's an overreaction for me because of the road or path they may have to. And when you have Tom Brady and Bill Belichick guys who not only have been there and done that in pretty much every walk of the playoffs. But have the experience in the confidence to know that they can get things right later on in the year. I'm with Tim when he says he wants to be late to the party. I want to be the guy that picks the New England Patriots and somebody beats them, and I say, I'm wrong vet way, then to be the guy betting against this team, Betty this coach betting against the greatest quarterback of all time and be did wrong that way how many times we heard it to like people wondering bury them people want to bury them, and they've been wanting to bury them for quite some time now and every time somebody's declared. They're they're gone. They're not and are they more vulnerable than other years. Yes. They are. Are they little older? Yes. They are are they slower. Yup. They looked like they are all these things, but they're still the patriots. Now name to me in that conference more than two teams your confident they can't be like the. Chiefs. Okay. We'll be home. Like could they not anybody else? The chargers. The ravens the Steelers anybody and they lost at Miami on a free play that they should've lost on mates mental mistakes there yesterday, even though they got beat..

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"rogers media" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

08:13 min | 2 years ago

"rogers media" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"It's called outside is getting a chilly response from Canadian radio stations this year CBC said Tuesday, it will join at least two other broadcasters in the country Rogers media and bell media, Paul de controversial holiday favorite out of their rotations this year. That comes as written duet written back in nineteen forty four phases renewed scrutiny over what some say or inappropriate lyrics in the wake of the hashtag metoo movement. Earlier this week Cleveland radio station. WD? Okay. You now it's stopped playing the song. Wrong, a response to listener feedback. Some people took issue with lyrics where one singer is trying to persuade the other day inside with exchanges that include what's in this drink and baby. Don't hold out. I love that you happened upon the speed bump that is the word you wet pronounced it correctly. And then thought to yourself I think I was supposed to pronounce that do a. No, I wasn't thinking that to be honest. I don't know what happened there. I wasn't thinking AJ. I. Yes. Yes. Nineteen miami. Dolphins linebacker AJ. Yes. That's what. That's what I was thinking. Information. I do not know what avenue tax huge huge interception against the jets last time. Those teams matter. Jay. Yet three. I think. All the latest information. The sportscenter allnight ESPN radio all throughout the day. Mike Ryan is in national mourning along with George Bush's dog seeing his dog as a dog lover, this is very much to America's what we've got happening here. Because a lot of people who are dog lovers are moved seeing the service dog for George Bush appear to be grieving as we give him anthropomorphic. Grieving tendencies, and these things are going viral with human beings like me who make animals little little human beings. But before we get to all of that. With STAN Van Gundy. I am getting from informed. Sources something that I believe to be delightful visual news for our audience. This Friday, I would like, Mike. I don't know what we need to do, but send some resources here. Get ready to apply some resources. I am told. And I want to cover this live somehow that STAN Van Gundy on Friday is dressing up as Santa Claus. There's going to be Blake Santa Claus situation with STAN Van Gundy, and I want ESPN's full resources, maybe even Disney's nearby to cover the holy hell out of STAN Van Gundy. Now, do you wear a white moustache, should you? Let your black moustache flow freely like, a cheap mall Santa. I would imagine a white moustache. But I haven't seen the costume yet. I'll show up Friday morning and. And they'll put it on me. And I was hoping against all hope that you guys never find out about this. It's read the costume. Thank you. The mustaches black or might be white. It's dangerous for San Van Gundy to leave that in the hands of others. I would say, but what can we do, Mike? How do we mobilize our resources right now? What is it on behalf of? How do we cover live with all of ESPN's resources? Stan Van Gundy dressed as Santa Claus on Friday Santa Fe Semyonov screen capital. The handle latch here. Why are you doing this? I do want live reports. Are you doing it? Why are you doing what are you doing Friday morning? It's for a local radio station in Orlando. And it's a it's a benefit for the boys and Girls Club, essentially, a toy drive, and we're going to have some kids there too. I think I'm reading the night before Christmas to them also. So it's it's a charity thing. Yeah. Okay. And at what time will you be doing this like where where can we get? I think it's seven to nine in the morning. Are you going to be sort of the Dixie this lexicon Stana claws? Are you going to call yourself Stana Claude? I wasn't calling myself them that. But that's how they're promoting. They are promoting Santa Claus. Okay. So you were hoping we wouldn't find out about it. Yes. Absolutely. That was not something. I was going to tell you about all people. Well, what do we do with it? I mean, I'm with you, Dan, suddenly rained down resources on it say, we're going to rain down resources on it. And then do nothing which we always do forget about it wander off to something else. Maybe a marching band into a corner of the room, and then nothing will happen. Nobody will even see a photograph of STAN we'll forget is what will happen that. That would be great. I mean, you got the right. Strategy around. Here is come up with ideas. And then forget about it. Mike Ryan you've been weepy. You've mood is off. You don't you're not even yourself. You don't want to laugh at the idea of Stana clause. No, I I'm starting every morning. Looking at pictures of the service dog in front of the casket and funeral processions? It's really affecting me in a way that not even the death has it's really put everything into perspective. I've needed to experience it through the dog is that right dogs. Pain is hurt more than the actual data. Put this on the poll, Guillermo when you see a boat capsized in a movie in their animals on it you root for the animals more than you root for the humans because. Independence day aliens are firing off beams into every single historic landmark there is in this country. And the only time I'm any sort of emotionally invested is when the dog is trying to make it to the safety in that tunnel. So STAN how do you feel about this entire dog situation that has American divided because there are a whole lot of folks who don't understand that you know, that we allow dogs to kiss this on the mount. Yeah, I'm a I'm a dog lover I've got to now my wife, and I have had seven over over our time being married. I'm a big dog lover. And the the images of the of the service dog laying in front of the casket. Yeah, bring brought a tear to my eye. With ROY as much as the next person. But I'll be damned if I'm gonna let a dog lick my face. That clearly you don't like dogs as much as the next hour. Now, this is a cultural divide here. This is absolutely a cultural divide. We haven't had one since the wash cloth situation. Okay. You don't clean your people. What if your soap with the one that you use on your face stone on the wash clothes? I know that is something that is a cultural difference in. So is this and black people do not want their faces kissed by dogs, generally speaking, generally, I love my dog, my dog kisses me all the time. I kiss my dog all the time. But I'm wondering if the dog actually kissing me or just licking food off of my liking discards face, smells, like soup. It's exclusive to you slate wrote an article in which in this article it says it's a bit demented project. Soulread? Wrenching grief onto a dog's decision. Allied down in front of a casket. Don't tell me what feel slate. I bet you you're a cat person writer, and you try to get a cat to do anything for human wretched creatures. I'm a cat person too. We have six six six cats. Dogs in a horse, but the horse doesn't live with us the horses stabled elsewhere. Put it on the poll at lebatardshow. Did you know that STAN gunby was running zoo? Six. Speaking of that, I used to be on the board of the zoo up here. Right. Yes. I this multifaceted Stanford clause his home doesn't have a horse. But it's led by an ass. Now, the good.

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"rogers media" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"rogers media" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"It's cold outside is getting a chilly response from Canadian radio stations this year CBC said Tuesday, it will join at least two other broadcasters in the country Rogers media and bell media who polled the controversial holiday favorite out of their rotations this year that comes as the duet written the duet written back in nineteen forty four faces renewed scrutiny over. What some say are inappropriate lyrics in the wake of the hashtag metoo movement. Earlier this week. We've when radio station WD. Okay. You now it's stopped playing the song response to listener feedback. Some people took issue with lyrics where one singer is trying to persuade the other to stay inside with exchanges that include what's in this drink and baby. Don't hold out. I love that you happen. The pawn the speed bump that is the word duet pronounce that correctly, and then thought to yourself I think I was supposed to pronounce that. Do a no I wasn't thinking that to be honest. I don't know what happened there. I wasn't thinking AJ delay. I. Yes. Yes. Nineteen eighty Miami. Dolphins linebacker AJ Doue yet. That's what. That's what I was thinking her all. Is that information? I do not know what evidence huge Uson reception against the jets last time. Those teams matter. Hey, Jay, delay it three. I think if the. For all the latest headlines. It information through to the sportscenter on ESPN radio all throughout the day. Mike Ryan is in national mourning along with George pushes dog seeing his dog as a dog lover, this is very much to America's what we've got happening here. Because a lot of people who are dog lovers are moved seeing the service dog for George Bush appear to be grieving as we give him anthropomorphic. Grieving tendencies, and these things are going viral with human beings like me who make animals little little human beings. But before we get to all of that. With STAN Van Gundy. I am getting from informed. Sources something that I believed to be delightful visual news for our audience. This Friday, I would like, Mike. I don't know what we need to do, but send some resources here. Get ready to apply some resources. I am told and I want to cover this live somehow that STAN Van Gundy on Friday is dressing up as Santa Claus. There's going to be like Santa Claus situation would stand in Gandhi. And I want ESPN's full resources, maybe even Disney's nearby to cover the holy hell out of STAN Van Gundy. Now, do you wear a white moustache? Do you let your black moustache flow freely like, a cheap mall Santa? I would imagine a white moustache. But I haven't seen the costume yet. I'll show up Friday morning, and they'll and they'll put it on me. And I was hoping against all hope that you guys never find out about this. It's read the Causton thank yous to God's the mustache is black or. Might be white. It's dangerous for San Van Gundy to leave that in the hands of others. I would say, but what can we do, Mike? How do we mobilize our resources right now? What is it on behalf of? How do we cover live with all of ESPN's resources? Stand Gundy dressed as Santa Claus on Friday Santa Fe Semyonov screen cabin. The handle latch here. Why are you doing this? I do want live reports. When are you doing why are you doing what are you doing Friday morning? It's for.

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"rogers media" Discussed on In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"rogers media" Discussed on In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk

"So because of those things I'm not scared away by the idea of them wanting to be involved or wanting to buy the sport. I think it's what we want it in with com. Yeah. And I think it's it's. The it's a good idea. This it's not it's not it's not a media corporation that doesn't have any involvement in sport. Like, you said the Braves formula, formerly. FSN Pittsburgh FSN Rocky Mountain Utah FSN northwest for they turn to root sports. They own them. They owned a sports net in Canada before it was sold to Rogers media. I mean, they've they've have a lot of ventures in the sports situation. So I think that that's a that's a good deal too. Because it shows they know what they wanna do a sports. Yeah. The question is posed this to you an Email this week, what kind of involvement will they had is it just is this just another thing for their portfolio, and they just kind of brushed it aside. I mean, vested interest or not this is a company that that makes billions with a b right? I mean, I don't understand why they would would care too much. They the vested interesting. It could go either way they'll be vested for a couple years until it starts. They start kind of plateauing. And it's like this is fine. Then don't care after that. Well, and a lot of situations like that too. You know, when you've got to becoming the head multiple things that they're managing. And they've gotta make sure that everybody's kind of bringing him. What they're supposed to is that. Yeah, they take over the sport. They buy the sport. But then they pretty much just leave everybody in place, and they just say all right. Here's your new directive. Try make it happen. And if the people who are currently running NASCAR had proven anything it's that they can't make crap happen. I mean, how many times have changed the car the rules the point system and crap hasn't happened. So just because you have a new owner if that new owner doesn't take an active interest in what's going on like have a hand what's going on? Then how much change is going to happen? I think it's a very valid point. I think it's very valid point. Yeah. I mean, if it's still the same old song and dance of the people in there. Just because I wanna make a change like, oh, these guys know what they're doing. Let's keep them in there. But the they haven't watched it because what they're doing right, right? And I think that's probably the biggest challenge for anybody who were by the sport. Because obviously, there's a large structure in place already and everybody who has a role of importance in that structure was put there by the France family, and the France family has kind of lost control of the popularity of the sport. And so everybody, but you can't replace everybody below them. And so, you know, the the whole idea of how do you where do you start with something like that it's got to be a daunting task? And I don't know. I don't know if the fact that they have done it with. F one and they've you know, they have the brakes have these sports entities. I don't know if that makes it better for them or for makes it worse because they kind of figure we'll just come in. And, you know, pay the bills and you keep doing what you're doing. I don't know what the answer to that would be. I would hope that they would have somebody who has a vision for it. If they actually were to go and buy it. Yeah. I mean, this this is a this is a company that knows interactivity looking just looking at their history. They bought. Parts of tvos. The game show. Never because of the interactive features. It had really that's interesting. This this is this is a company that knows how to get people into a second screen experience at NASCAR has been yearning for for years. So I mean, if they come in maybe they'll provide a better asset to media does not necessarily mean that the improve the sport on track. But I think off the track could be. Marginally to excessively better than what they have now. Yeah. So I don't know what the right way to go about this is I don't know if them buying it would be best for business. But it can't be any worse than what we have. Now. I don't think it could be..

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"rogers media" Discussed on Bobbycast

Bobbycast

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"rogers media" Discussed on Bobbycast

"I would definitely say that's the case although we've had more tv exposure in the united states than we ever have in canada yeah i would say boston orlando and minneapolis would all be bigger and chicago bigger crowds bigger tickets bigger everything for valley than any canadian city after those four it would start there i pulled it up our top cities by audience there is one canadian city in the top ten and it is an eighth place the to be fair again i put arkansas on mind but there's not a lot of population there right so you're looking at just dad i'm talking about per capita how cooler so her capita the cool is the most airport like autographs and signatures would happen either in like minneapolis or canadian cities maybe minneapolis boston and canadian cities i was looking at a map of canada 'cause i'm on in ten cities in canada now and in growing and so the shows on canada and went to canada by the way you guys are super nice i just he all together mean it's cute on behalf of all of the nation oh i'm i went up there never felt so warm welcome like i was on my and i'm in toronto which is american as it gets for canada and it still clean and people are nice phone out i'm kind of lost looking at the someone comes up he goes hey and i think they're gonna rob me no there's one more i'm trying to go because we're gonna help with their human brain and i'm like wow that's awesome i was inside this restaurant and they took us because rogers media who owns much radio syndicate our show up there and i don't know i don't know there's a fancy restaurant where you can't put your phones out because apparently the canadian celebrities hang out there what do i know was it the soho house or something else so it was it was okay if you heard of that i've been there for breakfast man wrote i bb we had breakfast so i'm in there right little do i know you can't pull out your phone in little do i care because i'm going to be me having idiot and i got my phone and i'm just looking just in los angeles instagram's probably like sending messages being funny that and i look over and it's the dude from shits creek take the sun i've i've not watched it's creek but i know about it i thought you guys your national show bill are tm watches it all the time he really does but super funny and i start recording on my phone and they drop the hammer their kids dictaphone doubt doing nicely and politely though or not well he didn't like that i was it was a levy his name andrew levy it was the guy from who cares anyway candidate candidate rules canada rule and then would you ever come to our i'm actually serious right now would never come to our hometown here's my point in all of that is that i was looking at the population of canada because i've started to be a bit curious about the dynamics of how the country runs thirty eight million yeah it isn't a thirty right and justin trudeau i think i like that dude we talk some heart sometimes and so he wears a lot of red he does and so i was looking at the population so you break cannon into four you put into equal ford's like where you're from all that land up there nobody lives there nobody you can go hours without seeing a store that's where our hometown is in that part of canada it's it's way up there like when you look at the canadian map it's like the cold part where you go who in the world live up there right yeah you have to fuel because when you leave.

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"rogers media" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"rogers media" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Rick thank you for taking my call again zach basically i'm sorry you see what happened to twin casey i don't blame them i think the jogger fay's the issue and basically players do not wanna play in canada i wish canadians realize that basically that was the reason why they're losing because players don't wanna play in canada and i like to tell the toronto media when you originally in ninety five when you want the team were you were whining and complaining to davis journey about gain a team this is the reason why there should never been a team in canada basically this happens because you know that the media in the united states doesn't want a team to have in there this doing dr keady contract and you want to be in the nba this is what you ruined the nba that this thing's happening in the nfl that's why the nfl doesn't watch you either because you ruined them cost billions of dollars and rogers media and bell media and mr canon ball you know that this is possible that's what happened that's what happened to dwane casey basically because of geography real quickly because i remember your passion from last week and i thought you deliver wanted to stellar calls in the short history of this program where does the hatred lie with the toronto sports teams for you as someone that lives in toronto peel off some some layers of the onion on well you gotta understand what you had the weeks okay when they won the stanley cup in nineteen sixty seven you don't what the when the time was the all the players were traveling by train that's when they win the stanley cup a sixteen week that's how passionate and when you have an older like hello ballard and the people in the media made a big joke of him in the past this is why things happen you know and paul godfrey what do you put the blue jays in him and his dream of dome stadium everything pulp godfrey oh he thinks that roger center could be for nfl teams that's the reasonable i have problems with toronto because of people like paul godfrey that's what happened that's the.

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"rogers media" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"rogers media" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"A professional prankster who's favorite target was the national news media today's liberated woman can be summed up or customized as a brawler vegetarian with harry legs and armpits that's the one and only alan able prankster hoaxer hacker and proud purveyor of fake news he was responsible for duping the media into fabricated press conferences faking his own death in starting media campaigns imaginary organizations like the society for indecency to naked animals we'll get to that later but i you really got to hear this guy in action posing as a man named jim rogers media hoaxer alan abel founded a fake organization called citizens against breastfeeding that sought to abolish the supposed act of immorality he claimed that breastfeeding lead to drug use later in life here he is on live television arguing on behalf of a totally made up topic should women be allowed to breastfeed in public one of our guests tonight says absolutely not jim rogers is the east coast spokesman for citizens against breast feeding and leslie berbie is the vice president of pro mom so john let's start with you what's wrong with breastfeeding in the open is it too sexy our position is after twenty two thousand respondents have been interviewed busy primarily the minnesota personality profile many youngsters grow up to become shall we say antisocial because of the long breastfeeding period when they are addicted to the mother's breast and they had this oral gratification need that manifests itself into smoking drinking and in one instance monica lewinsky who was breastfed until she was four years old do you have any reaction to what jim is saying well the respect had i known that jim was going to be on the show i don't know that i would have agreed to appear here's another example of the.

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"rogers media" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"rogers media" Discussed on WCTC

"And i'm friends with a lotta union guys and gals but the problem is is that every time the federal minimum wage goes up in what's lost on some people unions automatically get a pay hike so that's why they are all about it well why have one point of contention i made it very public will want you and after the jersey fay pedia they went out and endorse so murphy phil murphy he he worked with obama he what what clinton does to new jersey they pba remember percocet at all comfort and all of the policy that literally wipe won't force would a quick artery so what bitter p v eight new without knowing who was going to be the republican candidate for governor they went out made a deal with bill murphy and they are now leading every police officer and law enforcement officer and corrected officer in the state down a very dark pap there that's might boner convention with new jersey speaking the out a quote well one word pensions that's what they're thinking about pensions that's it that's words after starts and soft with them steven rogers god bless you as always sir it's always an honor and a thrill to have yawn steven rogers media advisory team trump and we thank you for being part of the program and i hope we can get you in studio again one day any time it's a real honor pleasure been you sleep cared rather you have a great weekend take care byebye by mary goes well i'm telling you that that's why the pba of new jersey new jersey pba signing would murphy because murphy says are how he even said on the debate he even said in the debate now we're going to pay all of these vengeance ladies and gentlemen there's a reason why the state of new jersey has the highest property taxes on a in the nation and it's because we pay exorbitant pensions nobody is i'm certainly not trying to say that that the police officers and firefighters and what not don't deserve a pension of course they do but boil boy the pensions we're paying our through the roof compared.

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