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Record Label Quality Control invests in XSET, more closely linking music and gaming
"Minute for me Sports Network exit in Esports organization founded by three former FaZe Clan execs and Mark Romero has continued to expand since it was founded this past summer. I've had the four Founders on the E Sports Network podcast split across two episodes. I think they have a unique vision for the org one big focus of theirs is the crossover with the music world LED primarily by DJ Clinton Sparks One of the founders yesterday that music crossover went to another level as exit received an investment from quality control a leading record label quality control or QC is a record label primarily foam on rap with major artists like Migos Lil. Yachty cardi B and the baby on its roster we've seen a lot more artists get involved with these Sports in the past years Drake is an investor in 100 thieves rektglobal has quite a few dead. Is this investors and energy has Jennifer Lopez through our connection with a rod among other celebrities even some of these artists including offset and Lil yachty are part of e Sports organizations as a sports organizations continue to focus on becoming hubs of digital culture musicians and record labels have another benefit to work specifically they can help streamers and players get around dmca takedown. This is a huge issue for streamers being demonetized when they play music on their streams, theoretically by partnering with this record
Grocery associations file lawsuit against Burien, south of Seattle, to stop COVID-19 hazard pay
"Lawsuit over hazard pay for grocery workers during the pandemic. This time in Burian come Oh Soo Romero as more the Northwest Grocery Association and the Washington Food Industry Association have filed a lawsuit against the city of Burian over an ordinance that requires large grocery stores to pay their employees an extra $5 an hour for hazard pay. In a statement, the grocery association says the new law doesn't do anything to make workers safer and that the governor should prioritize vaccinations for essential workers instead. The industry groups are also suing the city of Seattle for its $4 an hour hazard pay mandate, which was adopted last month.
Grocery associations file lawsuit against Burien to stop COVID-19 hazard pay
"Pay for grocery workers during the pandemic, this time in Burian, Here's com O Seu Romero, the Northwest Grocery Association and the Washington Food Industry Association have filed a lawsuit against the city of Burian over an ordinance that requires large grocery stores to pay their employees an extra $5 an hour for hazard pay. In a statement, the grocery association says the new law doesn't do anything to make workers safer and that the governor should prioritize vaccinations for essential work. Instead, The industry groups are also suing the city of Seattle for its $4 an hour hazard Pay mandate, which was adopted last month. Sue Romero come Oh news. We know millions of
QFC to close two Seattle stores, blames city's new $4 hazard pay law
"And bullying. That's what one Labor Union calls QFC decision to close two stores after Seattle required hazard pay for workers during the pandemic. Com O Seu Romero has the story If any, Sanders with KFC says the mandate that certain grocers pay an extra $4 an hour accelerated their decision to close to underperforming stores in Seattle on 15th Avenue on Capitol Hill and 35th Avenue in which would we're doing our best to really provide for our associates and Provide the things they need. So they have been getting appreciation paid and bonuses and rewards of since March. Sara Charon is with the union local 21 representing grocery workers. Kroger's intent seems perfectly clear. They are announcing these closings to try to intimidate any other local communities from passing hazard pay. She testified before the King County Council, which is following Seattle and considering requiring groceries to pay workers extra hazard pay. Sue Romero, come on use gentle council member, Theresa Mosqueda released a statement about the store closures, calling the move disappointing, adding quote Grocery workers have had to cover emergency shifts, pick up extra responsibilities and are five times more likely to contract Cove. It she went on to say these workers should not be pawns in a game of chess.
Anzu's Plan to Evolve In-Game Advertising with CEO Itamar Benedy
"Any of these Sports networks other properties on this episode of the E Sports Network podcast for bringing back a gasp from about a year ago wage a little more bonetti. He's the co-founder and CEO of on zoo in a more. Welcome back to the Shelf. Hey meets great to be here tomorrow is on the show back in February of 2020 where we discussed the growth of in-game advertising age people who miss that show or too many of our new listeners since then on to his a platform that makes it easier for braids to get into video game worlds and for developers to open up more potential White spaces in their games for Grants Pass. I'll do is work with Publishers like Ubisoft at lide Castle to deliver Brayden moments for major. It's like Samsung Pepsi American Eagle and many more Esports. We've seen it gave ads take Auto larger role especially patiently League of Legends open up space in summoner's Rift and it was filled by MasterCard an Alienware among other partners and just this morning as a record this on Wednesday, February 10th, 2021 rocket League announced that Ford is going to take over there it gave Billboards for the upcoming which are major on zoo also had a big adults with this what the platform recently raised nine million dollars in additional capital in around Kool-Aid buyback Fetchers and hbse Ventures. There is participation by plenty more investors, of course, including Mark Merrill, one of the two founders of Riot games, this follows two other funny raises of three and five million. So in Mark Gratz of the race, first of all, what are the plans for this capital? Yeah, thank you Mitch. So as you said we raised 9 million dollars beatcraft is one of our previous investors are still leading gaming Esports v c. B c is a new VC which comes from the sport world and a lot of touchpoints around gaming and then other investors are wpp the biggest advertising group in the world, which is also like in the existing investor and Sony Innovation fund, you know, Sony is one of the biggest gaming groups in the world and the owner of PlayStation. So that's a privilege to have them on board Mark Romero the founder and chairman of road games on League of Legends. As you mentioned didn't call ins the founder and CEO of super awesome that recently got acquired by epic games and the Chicago Cubs. Yeah, the baseball team go Ventures and gainesville's and illumine Adventures. So a very crowded and exciting structure of invest investors to have on board. I'm a Cardinals fan so we'll let the dog So invested things slide, I guess but grats on all the different people who came together you mentioned before we started recording you were in the position that every founder kind of hopes. They find themselves in which is we have a few people. We have a different options for Capital so we can pick the people that make the most strategic sense for us going forward. What did you find from the mobile the different investors? What were you looking for? Especially as guiding parts of the company to push it Forward? Sure. So I mean, you know what this round was not about it was not about as fast as we could have fine as it like very very fast as what it was about bringing the best structure. Number one number two, it was about, you know to maximize shareholder value. We could raise almost double the amount but we didn't want to make sense. This is the amount of cash we need for next stage Rose and then in the future if it's a year from now or two years from now we can do another round off. For that makes sense. So we were not looking at at you know, these things it was more about we have a lot of confidence in him. Advertising is going to become a major business model for game divorce across all platforms, through PC Mobile and an important ads category four Brands media agencies and the ESPYs and and the question is how fast can that happen or more sneaking about big Brands big Publishers not easy companies to convince them to do something new. So when we meet partners that can help us to make this happen faster than wages. Are we get excited one form to partner is again investment one is a strategic partnership and they can elaborate more of some of the Partnerships we have in place and some of them is people who join our team. So that was what was guiding us and looking at the different, you know buckets of we are investors came from there is some you know, some like VCS and financial institutions. There is advertising and groups. There is game. Groups and there is a sports organizations that have a lot of touch point in going to become an important overlap in my opinion the next two years. And of course there is like with the values that we want to group represents and communicate us companies gauges as the leading investor for equal opportunity and Which choice for us an important to him and announcement to basically said if the world that was how we were looking at it that's a great place to be at
Investigators in Dallas area still picking up pieces of 135-car pileup that killed six people
"Yesterday's deadly multi vehicle pileup in Fort Worth has many looking for answers. Charity. McCurdy has the details. Fort Worth State representative Ramon Romero plans to call for hearings in Austin to question North Parent Express Mobility Partners, The company that maintains that stretch of I 35 was to see if the toll Road was pre treated with the de icing agent as claim prior to the chain reaction crash stretching a mile long involving 133 vehicles that killed six and injured over 100, others. In addition to probing the exact cause of the tragedy, he wants to know if weather warnings were clearly issued beforehand. The Fort Worth Fire Department said its investigation and part would look into how the road was treated. Charity. McCurdy NEWS Radio 1200 W
City of Seattle wants to vaccinate more than 1 million adults
"Gentle city and health leaders released their plan to vaccinate residents for covert 19, but they still face one big challenge. Com O Seu Romero explained. The City Council heard a comprehensive plan from Seattle King County Public Health and the mayor's office. Health director Patty Hayes says we need to vaccinate 1.26 million adults to potentially reach herd immunity. But the biggest problem is still the limited number of doses they get from the federal government. Our supply and King County. Of vaccine demand far out seeds the supply, according to the mayor's office. In reality, they've only had about 160,000 doses a month available to residents, and at that rate, it could be spring or even summer before they're close to their vaccination goals, Hayes says. When they do get more supplies, neighborhood pharmacies will be key to reaching
Chile Police Shooting of Street Juggler Leads to Protests
"Protests have taken place and several Chilean cities against the shooting of a street performer by police. The juggler Francisco Romero was shot on Friday during a police identity check in the lakeside resort of Panga ple. His death prompted street protests in which several buildings were set on fire. The officer involved in the shooting has been
Nordstrom to move out of one downtown Seattle office tower
"Is leaving the downtown Seattle office building that's been its headquarters for 20 years. Como's Who Romero with more in a statement, Nordstrom says the covert 19 pandemic has pushed the company to learn how to quote effectively manage a remote corporate workforce and therefore has decided not to extend its lease on the office tower at seventh and Olive, Nordstrom says. Instead, it'll make use of 700,000 square feet at two of its other corporate office buildings in downtown Seattle. The decision does not affect operations at the flagship. Words from store at sixth and Pine Sue Romero CAMO NEWS
Data breach compromised info of 1M-plus who sought benefits
"And Social security numbers of more than a million people who filed unemployment claims last year. They've been exposed in a cyber attack of several state offices come Oh Soo Romero has the latest state auditor's office says it was notified in January about unauthorized access to about 1.6 million unemployment claims in December, which could include driver's license numbers, bank information and workplaces. The massive breach affected the employment Security Department, but state auditor Pat McCarthy says that office did nothing wrong. Breach involves a third party provider, called X Selling on this incident involves a large amount of VSD data on individuals. And I know Washington watch Etonians are frustrated and this will add to their frustration, she says. The breach also involves the Department of Children, Youth and Families and some two dozen other state agencies.
2 Seattle officers on leave after reports they were in Washington DC during US Capitol riots Wednesday
"Officers who were in Washington D. C when rioters stormed the U. S. Capitol did anything illegal com O Seu Romero as more if Adrian DEA says he put the officers on leave Friday night after another employee showed him a social media picture of the officers, But DS wants to clarify it was not a parent. Exactly where the photo was taken. Or if those in the photo took any apart any part in attacking the U. S Capitol. He says his actions to place them on leave were a precaution and that the Office of Police Accountability will determine whether the officers violated any police department policies. But if any SPD employees participated directly and assaulting the U. S Capitol Will terminate them. DEA says he does support lawful expressions of freedom of speech, such as officers attending demonstrations on their own time soon. Romero camo news state lawmakers have
Space Needle cancels New Year's Eve fireworks for 2021; will go virtual instead amid COVID-19
"No fireworks at the Space Needle for New Year's Eve. Another tradition put on hold by the pandemic, but come Oh Soo Romero tells us you could still celebrate with a light show Cove in 19 has caused the cancelation of all the New Year's Eve festivities at Seattle Center this year activities that MO pop, the Pacific Science Center and the annual fireworks, But Seattle Center's Deborah Doused says people can still bring in the new year with a digital show at midnight movie up in the warmth and comfort of their own homes, and, um, you know Sure in the New year's in front of their digital device or their TV screen and watch a really, really cool light show. She encourages people not to show up in person at the Space Needle on New Year's Eve. The only thing they'll see is it lit up in pink as T Mobile is still sponsoring the virtual New Year's Eve at
Lawsuit alleges Lakewood K-9 officer, with history of claims, set dog on suspect in custody
"We're waiting to hear comment from the Lakewood Police department. But a Pierce County man has taken into custody by that department and a canine handler is now suing that officer and the Lakewood Police department comes to Romero has more. Only two year old Adrien Simms filed a civil rights lawsuit against Canine Officer James Siler and Lakewood police claiming that Siler said his canine partner rock on him after he'd already surrendered to police. In an incident in 2017 in the suit, Sim says he suffered serious injury from bites to his Arms, leg, torso, neck and stomach after rock attacked him when he was already handcuffed, and he's seeking more than a million dollars in damages. The Seattle Times reports Siler and Liquid police have been sued five times in the last nine years over incidents with police dogs and excessive use of force that were settled out of court.
Developer sells downtown Seattle office tower for $669 million
"But the sale of multimillion dollar office building might be a signal that downtown is back almost to, Romero explained. In just the last 24 hours, commercial real estate developer Skanska says to downtown office towers have sold for nearly $1.3 billion. Skanska Executive Vice President Murphy McCullough says there's no doubt that covert 19 drove workers out of downtown to work from home in the burbs and Bigger spaces. But he believes employees will return to where amenities like restaurants and bars are. What you're really seeing is the expectation that down a town in Seattle and like other markets are going to come back. He says. They sold 95% of a new office tower. It's second and union to a South Korean company for 669 Million and also signed two new leases in the building with an office design company and a barber supply shop. Romero Camo news Seattle's new NHL
Washington governor to require 14-day quarantine for travelers arriving from UK, South Africa
"New variation of covert 19 reported abroad means new restrictions for some international travelers coming to Washington. Come. Oh Soo Romero report. Governor Inslee says anyone coming from the UK and South Africa must quarantine for 14 days after landing at Sea Tac airport that includes anyone who just got here in the last few days. This is a legal requirement to quarantine It is not simply a recommendation. We obviously want people to voluntarily comply, but it is a legal requirement. He says. The state will not take people into custody if they don't comply, But he believes the vast majority of people will follow the order. He says he does not have the power to restrict flights into Washington because that
Unhoused woman suing Seattle for mishandling of pandemic care
"Police pepper, spraying people and destroying their property. Just some of the claims of a homeless woman who's suing Seattle to stop encampment sweeps more from com O Seu Romero in court documents 80 Yeager says she's been through four sweeps of a protest camp it Cal Anderson Park since June and seen police and park staff show up with little or no warning, throw their food and tents in the Garbage and pepper spray or arrest anyone who didn't leave. Yeager says shelters are full and sweeps only make the pandemic worse for the UN housed, adding that some officers didn't wear masks, She says this does nothing to get them housing and must stop. The city attorney's office says They'll investigate the
COVID-19 hospitalizations rising at "alarming" rate in Washington State
"How the state Department of Health describes the latest trends of covert 19 infections, and that's before accounting for Thanksgiving gatherings come. Oh Soo Romero reports this latest report through mid November, The Health Department says 30 out of Washington's 39 counties had infection rates above 200 cases per one. 100,000 people. That's well above the goal of 25 cases per 100,000 people. Other stark numbers case counts were eight times higher in November than they were in March, and daily hospitalizations were four times higher. Just since October. Health Secretary John Wiseman says they're seeing alarming trends as they wait for the full impact of the Thanksgiving holiday. Romero come
King County Offers $100 Million To Sustain Washington Convention Center Work in Seattle
"King County says it will help keep a multi billion dollar expansion of the Washington State Convention Center alive come. O. C. Romero has more convention center was in the middle of its $1.9 billion Project One cope in 19 hit last spring and now faces a $300 million gap to help bridge the gap. King County executive down Constantine says they're lending the convention center $100 million out of a low risk fun to continue the work, which he says will provide. Thousands of jobs. This is good and compelling public policy using whatever financing is at our disposal to save jobs and make us more economically competitive. When asked why he wouldn't just use the 100 million to help struggling families, Constantine said. Unlike covert aid money, the county expects to get this money back in visitor and tourism taxes when people started visiting Seattle again. To Romero.
"romero" Discussed on Ologies
"But it's just disappointing. Doesn't stop me. You doesn't make me cry at night. F anything whereas you want to continue to work because you don't want nobody wants to be right even in some fetig attempt. Or otherwise to turn Timothy. That means Alma reason why you should be doing the work that you're doing and on the whole overwhelmingly I'm really lucky. My researches icing perceived very positively I'm so grateful that is used by. Election officials. It's used by advocacy groups as used by different political parties used by everybody. I'm very confident in terms of the impact. Bet You know just that's just Yuckiness as out there on this Libya feeling different ways in our society right again, nothing compared to what we're seeing on the streets of the attacks that people have received over social media for taking a stand on issues that are important the lives threatened. I'm not. You know what I, what I am disappointed about my work is. Pales it's nothing is just absolutely nothing compared to. coming from the same pot vitriol, right that so many people get for. The different kinds of actions that you're taking to make social change Yeah. So I just WanNa make sure that that's clear to what what about your favorite thing about your job your favorite thing about political sociology favorite I think. Favorite is to see the impact of my work. To See. Policymakers and groups as tell me that that is something that is useful for them. That informs the work that they're doing that it has real impact on the ground is deeply deeply gratifying, but that gets used to 'em. It INFORMS REAL ACTION TO IMPROVE turn out right to evaluate whether election form really is working in the way that it was intended those sorts of things I'm incredibly grateful to get to do this work. Yeah, and a researcher I have a job as deeply meaningful. Autonomy under research center that I founded the is that the mission for? That I have wonderful support from from USC in my public policy school. and I am free to to be able to pursue or research that I think is and that I've you know again with our relationships with policymakers and others that I know in some form will be impactful to be able to do that to have that that intellectual freedom is is deeply important to me, and of course, I'm also just freaking lucky that I get to work at home I'm safe and sound you know as an academic I do my you know just on a practical basis to make a living in a safe environment with all of autonomy does not win the other members of my family were able to do and I'm really really lucky. In that position and Have a strong sense of responsibility that the work that I do do under that under that structure is is meaningful and impactful. You're making such a difference I'm so glad that you do this didn't so fascinating and. Everyone. Vote vote vote vote vote. Vote so ask smart people stupid important questions because policymakers sometimes make these things confusing on purpose and it's punk rock to ask for explanations. So to check out Dr, Romero's work head to see I id, dot USC DOT Edu, and there's going to be a link in the show notes..
"romero" Discussed on Ologies
"Voter suppression, the Supreme Court Hot, apple CIDER, the safety of voting mlk and more with researcher and political sociologist Dr Mitchell Romero. Have you say I I end last name and how you pronounce them and also the pronouns that you prefer churn she her Mindy Romero and that is Dr Romero right? Yes. Yes. Now you are a political sociologist. Yes. Yes. Which means I'm cooler than any political scientist on the planet automatically. Political. Scientists I couldn't have you on. Because it would end analogies. Great how long have you been interested in? How we vote and go back to your childhood or did you turn eighteen in cast? Your ballot was your what was your past like? Honestly, it didn't ask back to my childhood. You could say I was a very odd child I. Think I was a particularly cool child in that sense. You. Know I looked around my community when I was a kid and I saw a lot of things that are. Really puzzled me I thought a lot of social ill. You know high unemployment rates people really struggling the streets not being in good shape. The schools not being in good shape or at least really struggling and I. wondered why that was and I, wondered why that it seemed that the folks that were you know making decisions for our community in our city and I didn't even know who those people were. I just wondered why it was. Okay. There was such blatant differences across the city in blatant differences in terms of the distribution of resources. didn't know anything other than just from a very gut level as a kid didn't seem really right or really fair and I was struggling with why that was and quickly realized that the people that make make those decisions are are put into those places right into those positions of power by voters in that also been puzzled even further, and it really set me down this past that is really a lifelong passion to understand patterns of underrepresentation in in voting and other types of political behavior. Why are we see these and try to alternately? Hopefully my research addresses some of that and helps us not only understand that actually looks to solutions and to know where are you based or where did you grow up? Yeah, I'm well, I'm based here in Sacramento USC has a building here in my headquarters of my research center earn Sacrimento I grew up not very far from here. Damn. The central. Valley in town called Modesto Oh, I know Modesto Modesto side note is in central California and it's an agricultural town with a greater population of about half a million people and it does have distinctions as being the setting of the film. American graffiti, it's the hometown of George Lucas, but Modesto also made. Twenty twelve list titled Quote Ten cities that Americans are pretty much terrified to live, which is probably not what they intended for a city whose name means modest. So the amazing Dr Romero let her lived experiences inspire her academic work asking questions not only for herself but for so many other underrepresented communities out there. I know it what point in your schooling did you decide to take a really academic view of this kind of? From the beginning at least certainly by the time I senior year in high school and I was looking to go off to college the only major that I. Really considered there. Were you know if you kind of distant second and third but the the number one major for me was was actually political science and then in my junior year I discovered sociology political sociology class and just talk about light bulb fireworks. Oh. Wow. And I realized that I for me, the way that I had been looking thinking Matt feeling about the political structure really was more in line with sociological view when I went right away into Grad school I had a choice political science or sociology and I chose to be a political sociologist. Yeah. Even though my work was. Very in alignment with the fields within science and was the best decision I ever made by the way. Was It really what? Don't. What do you think that your career would have been like a few state in political science because if you asked me to not knowing anything about the I'm like how it's political science political sense. I'm. Not sure. Well, at this being said I take a really unusual path period. So I can't say that I'm a typical political sociologist either but I think in a nutshell looking at the political landscape through a sociological perspective is absolutely what gives my work it's power. The work that I do is very grounded in policy speaking to policymakers with local statewide national, and it's very much also designed to inform the. Work of advocates, community, local state wide, and so forth, the Lens through which I do my work in the -tective research questions that I ask in how I push my work and how I talk about the findings, of course to be honest very much also for informed by my own lived experiences and far too. Often researchers were not supposed to talk about that. It doesn't mean that we're bias it just means. Where we're coming from and I think that gives my work strength. It informs a the questions that I asked think it helps me to create often more relevant questions. Still the three three conducted stealing an independent nonpartisan up to the standards of political sociology. So in a nutshell, a political scientist studies, the governmental systems and laws policies, how political parties conduct themselves, but a political sociologist studies. People and how people interact with those systems. So political sociology relies on a lot of research and data about people and their backgrounds and behaviors to find patterns in the influence of those patterns. So yes, political science and political sociology different things as different as environment and ecology if he will donkeys and elephants both dealing with viruses and global warming and so yes, the best decision I ever made. What kind of questions do you get to ask with your research? well, number one, my research center, the mission of the center. Every project is looking at this question of equity every projects looking at the question of underrepresentation..
"romero" Discussed on Marketing By Topic Podcast
"So they both entered the customer's always right to give that customer reassurance and make them special and raise them up. That's like the customer knows everything right and in our businesses and typically the case and then you have the complete opposite which is the client knows nothing the customer knows nothing. We're going to handle this for them. They want to figure out how complex this is. They don't figure out the process. They know nothing and this is a massive two different ways to approach a buyer and and their journey I feel like neither is correct in the middle is correct that you invest in your customer and your customer invests in you there needs to be Especially for small businesses a revenue relationship you are in it for the long game and if they're investing in you what you're selling what other services or products it's it's a give-and-take kind of thing. Just like any relationship. You don't just start on the first date and then asked to get married, you know, it's a it's a dating process and choice. If you switch your mindset in your business to have Revenue relationships to have this where the buyer isn't just a one transactional thing. They come to the website. They buy the thing they going away if you look at it as like it's an ongoing thing. Then when the buyer comes to your site, you're not pissed off they didn't buy within the first month because you're framing is completely different and you're saying well that customer can take six months to get know me that customer can take eight months because once they buy they're going to stick around and and we'll be serving them year after year year. That's what woke. Bring Revenue was all about it doesn't just happen. They have to build trust in you to invest in you and by the time you're investing in them by continuing to create products and services that continually meet their needs. So I find small businesses really succeed when they switch to that concept of saying all right, you know, I'm not expecting them to just jump on the bandwagon the second I have the sale sign out. I'm going to let them get know me and I'm going to nurse that relationship. I'm going to support that relationship. And for that reason it's going to be a business office to last year's, you know, we're building something that's going to last a long time I have and I'm glad you mentioned that as well cuz I even find there are some websites that are jump on and and they they don't do get me. I'm engaged in the story. They're speaking to me is you know, a potential buyer of their service, but then it seems like I can't log Back with them and it's very like, oh I have to actually leave this website and come back when I'm ready and you've mentioned email before and I'm really curious to know your thoughts on which which of the best Integrations for a website for a website and which Integrations do you encourage so when someone comes to me for the first time and they had not really done any type of email marketing the easiest solution to jump into is MailChimp because it's typically a low barrier of Entry. It's.
"romero" Discussed on Marketing By Topic Podcast
"So they're coming to your site is like a hero in a story looking for an adventure looking to solve a problem. And if you can address that problem and it is all about them. Then you're going to keep them on that page as they try to figure out how you're going to solve that problem for them so that wage The first thing you want right now in this particular climate with this trend is your landing on a page and you're seeing typically some kind of statement up front and center home usually lot larger letters than the rest of the website. Yeah states to them. Why they're they're Why Should I stick around a visual? Some background video has been very popular recently us, you know, slideshows have kind of proven to get our kind of dated now that may change and so they see that big statement up in front and center. What is thought, you know, you're recognizing their coming to the site for what's the problem you're going to offer the solution and as they begin to scroll down you unfurl that statement a little bit more you kind of break it open and every website in the home page needs a call to action kind of like a hero in story. They need to set out on the adventure I think in dog Fighters blinking on the name of the book but it's on a writer's Journey. It's like crossing the threshold they call it crossing the threshold into the journey. That's your call to action. So it really can't be by faith now cuz sometimes it just that's that's like the end of the journey right so it could be like opt in to get a resource that will help you decide to buy now or you know, we can entice you in many other different ways to to get that started..
"romero" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show
"Have to come up with a catchy name because this might be a thing my friends. We'll talk more about that later in the week but I wanted to mention that as well all right the music means I'm out of time what date has been getting set for. Ufc Two forty eight back in Las Vegas Nevada. We were just there month and a half or so ago for Kinda McGregor and now you return for the guy who has won seven fights in the AFC quicker than anyone in the modern era. The last style bender. It's always a big deal. It's always a big show. Always feels like gets a little different when these stars come out to have him and John Wiley on the same card. That is fun. I Say I am looking forward to this and I liked the name sprinkled throughout as well so that goes down on Saturday. Stay tuned for that for now though we are at a time. Thank you very much to all of you for tuning in. Thank you very much. Felicia Spencer congrats to her. Hopefully she gets that title fight. Thank you very much. You'll Romero good luck to him. Thank you very much to Megan Anderson. Thank you very much to Dimitrius Johnson. Thank you to Paul felder. That was great stuff. Thank you very much. The Ron Wind. Good luck to him. Congrats to Luis Pena on his big week. And thank you very much and good luck to the last style. Bender Israel Dishonor himself. If YOU MISSED ANYTHING CHECK IT OUT APPLE PODCASTS spotify. The APP twitter youtube all those places and more back next week. Save Time and place until then. I Say I'm out of here and I was hoping that you'd be in bed shirtless because it kind of is a thing for being on the show in bed shirtless. I mean that's okay pal. Really really.
"romero" Discussed on What It Takes
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"romero" Discussed on 710 WOR
"I had the great luxury of meeting jorge romero yeah about ten years ago i was here in minnesota doing something at work and one of my buddies from chicago called up and said hey george romero is going to be in chicago tonight doing a screening of night of the living dead and i called my wife told her she got my bag packed i flew home grabbed my stuff and made it out to chicago and time for the screening but i missed the q and i was so broken hearted i went outside for a break and standing there with nobody around him just smoking a cigarette is jorge romero wow i walked up to him and i'm like mr romero's again and we just sat there and shot the breeze and i you know the most heartbreaking thing i've ever heard in my life though coming from an entertainer i told him at this point the remake of dawn of the dead had come out and i said so what are we gonna see next are we going to see a crappy remake of day of the dead or are we going to see a brand new jorge romero dead movie any look being the eyes and he said you know they already made a remake of day of the dead will be coming out and he said here's the kicker have i ask for eight million dollars to create a brand new movie and they wouldn't give me the money and wooden green light but they green lighted a remake of day of the dead for eighteen million dollars or some crazy amount and he said so they'll remake jorge romero movies for eighteen to twenty million dollars but they won't give jorge romero money to make a new movie and he just shook his head.
"romero" Discussed on FanBros
"Yeah i i i mean he's is his marcus indelible and his name will forever be synonymous with genre notches on peace with the don rifled absolutely and uh yeah we need aid the the the one things weather's always vanilla and does he's in the which are that those were sort of his attempts early in his career sort of veer away from the horror genre than then from then on he just made her yeah i mean i feel like those who the movies at like you want to say you've seen so you can be a real romero nerd riot in out your gas how that is i write but yeah i it's it's really remarkable the crazies could fit radio yeah now i that that it's a it's a treasure that's it sits honestly as a a treasure and like you know it's a must i i don't know that night rioters is a is a horror movie by i and that's when i haven't seen about like led motorcycle joust errors and i think it's had harasses first or second appearance on film owners should that yeah that's one that i definitely want to see he be that between donald but yeah you know rest in power arrested pisa happy halloween abby halloween screams car crew next week stranger things were going to chop it up that's right keep agreement you've screaming y'all.
"romero" Discussed on FanBros
"They would have missed that they would just put it on knew it'd just kept going but like there is a i think like there's an attention to detail too i mean quite moving images there are like at least a half dozen uh like important cinematic images in this movie mike stills on their own and it's just this is i really hope people people watch it their list here and in many ways you could actually argue that this is like the second of the you know could fit in with the dead movies is just their nonzambians they kind of go crazy yeah it's maybe these maybe it's like connective tissue between nato living dead and twenty 80s later right you know were dug living dead endang of the dead sure um if britain anyway add so yeah i mean i think it's arrow has put out yet how arrow video has a bok said that saw coming out i sometime in in november and it features all of these luisa be both moves we've talked about and there's always vanilla but a ton of extra bonus flooded genome more money now multiple versions of the movies uh you know each them as commentary and so yeah that that that is coming out and dumb other than that uh you know some of these are harder to find than the others but did the crazies especially is worth looking looking for and um it was remade in two thousand ten mo a lot of romero's stuff has been remade others even talk about rebic martin by nine living desmond remade the dawn of the debt has been remade the crazies been remade monster offensive but there's something else yeah so yeah i mean again it's halloween and get no i think that uh you know it's it's it's an appropriate time to honor you know agreed you know with a great agree contributor dr.
"romero" Discussed on FanBros
"The right grew worse they are to the people the more ignorant and the more cruel they are to the to the population and the other side of it is that you get to see quite a bit of like you know good ole boise without in the sticks in yang taking my guns right vic and they come out and they they don't they don't want to be rounded up and they have the hardware to defend themselves against editor through these drier of egged this this is quite of there's a richness of that content in this movie that's like unusually high it's i agree i i'd seen this movie wants a very very long time ago and i just like watching it i'm like i am totally in love with us it is it it it's it's i think like why it it's got to be one of the crown jewels of his of his oviir even in spite of the fact that it did not do well yeah i i i completely agree with that i think that this one is absolutely worth finding checking out it's very very much so whether you're fan of romero or just a horror fan and again in his ex pretty absurd how timely right yeah sits now yeah and it and it has a has heartbreaking finale it had at is i mean like it's and and and even like there is a thing i noticed watching it which like i don't it's funny because this is not the type of thing i expect from cut 1973 film but did you notice that then there's a seeing where he dons uh you know the outfit of one of the one with the bush man and he's got there is blood on the outfit from the stab wound yup and i was like you know what nine out of ten 1973 movies would not have blood on that outfit.
"romero" Discussed on FanBros
"Fair enough spike hasn't done that greatly we blur feel like he still has is the gum a'masterpiece to him is a you know in his quiver that he's the at yet to rule he i fully i fully agree with that assessment via amp so uh yeah i don't know is he you know it's it's it's i would say that you know it's a little bit of a footnote if you are romero fan it's definitely worth checking out seasonal the which i enjoyed it i don't know that it's something that i would see again uh but i also like i said i think it sort of capture is a place and time and vibe um you know well you know and it's and this is now at a point where a lot of this period is being revisited in a seasonal which in some ways is interesting companion to that hvo show the one of those awards last year with light nicole kidman in reese witherspoon about legs sort of suburban women i never saw that big big little what a big a little likelihood alirza hunters argument allies i think a bit allies the i'm conflicting that with that others alirza so i don't know do you have anything else to two towards off i would've of the which i would honestly almost say it's not worth watching i thought the movie out i thought the movie was like really it was the kind of movie that like my phone almost never left my hand because i was so distracted with with it on that being said they were moments that were good the intro is definitely worth watching because so it's so out there and the uh and there are as i thought there were moments throughout the movie that might not have been as jarring and stunning has that story.
"romero" Discussed on FanBros
"Welcome back to the doj in on this special day yes paolo holiday through by anthony and we're very excited you you've joined us all hallowes holly uh and we are actually so we um we'll be honoring a very very special contributor to be horror movie world will be talking about george a romero who we lost this year he died on july sixteen th of this year at the age of seventy seven and he you know as you know i mean definitely is one of the most fiercely independent filmmakers um he is you know um also is land neck's i believe he's cuban of cuban descent and he is the father of his be film i mean there is a you know walking dead is still for some reason the number one basic cable shown on tv and not only does the walking dead have a run of george romero's lieutenants uh working on it show running it it actually i mean the whole there would be no walking dead without the original dead night of the living dead dawn of the dead day of the dead trilogy well we're here to actually talked about maybe some of his other movies that are lesser known but yeah let's i'm sorry i should've uh i i just through jumped rated object go leo arms idaho i thought you i thought you were monologue in out demirel navarra share that canada will nato as always i i enjoyed at the done jim by rear we are scarecrow that's what that's who i am overwrite epi halloween everybody by the way i'm there is a severe note icecovered because i always also attributed george romero's um as latching acts it sounds like and this is this is up a hair that we can be split on nine hundred other podcasts rather than ours but from what i understand his father is spanish.
"romero" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Horror film director george romero died last sunday at age seventy seven but his legacy lives on especially in the realm of the undid romero filming on a low budget in rural pennsylvania rather than hollywood had a massive genre hidden 1968 with night of the living dead that black and white movie and its devilish lee gory fullcolor followup 1979 dawn of the dead spawned an appetite for his army's that has only grown in the decades since everything from michael jackson's dancing zombies in his thriller video to the current walker's of amc's hit tv series the walking dead oh a huge debt to the dark vision of george romero other memorable romero films include the creepshow anthology and the movie monkey shines makeup and visual effects wizard tom savini didn't work on the original night of the living dead but when romero decided to direct a sequel dawn of the dead said at an abandoned shopping mall overrun by zombies he asked savini to come up with the recipes for the blood and guts and the violence that would look convincing in living color terry spoke with tom savini in 1990 one i first saw night of the living dead in as the hasn't affects guy i thought that the sambas the makeup's the effects could have been a lot more sophisticated more state of the art which which there was very prevalent george was actually doing effects on the families using chocolate syrup for blood on mortician wax for makeup's on having are having to do everything in our than that i think that suffered so in dagga clearly here's an opportunity and it's a it was a color film to do something um uh i guess we went overboard more graphic because of how primitive i thought the first film.
"romero" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Support for this podcast and the following message comes from almond board of california did you know the allman community generates more than one hundred thousand jobs in california surf grow would you know about almonds visit allman sustainability dot org from whyy in philadelphia this is fresh air i'm david biehn coolly infratest regrets though i just wanna feel pilot today he's array the starring cocreator of the hbo series insecure which begin season two on sunday ray also created in starting the web series the misadventures of awkward black girl whose titles came from how she saw herself also we remember horror film director george romero who made the 1968 culled movie night of the living dead influencing generations of horror fans his longtime makeup artist tom savini described working with romero we would sit around thinking about how to kill people we would go to join say how 'bout if we took oh screwdriver on drove in a guys era nhtsa mckay and david elstein reviews the new world war two movie dunkirk that's coming up yoyo everybody of stretch of straw and my name is bobby garcia k cool bob love if you love this podcast you're listening to check out our new show was girl was stretch and bobby this is not your average show we're gonna be tell us stories that tanaka near anywhere else five apple podcast the fpr one app or however you find your pockets bits what's good today's first guest isa ray is the starring cocreator of an hbo comedy series the begins its second season on sunday it's called insecure and that title gives a strong hint about isa raise selfimage and her comic perspective.
"romero" Discussed on Double Toasted
"But the other day that we have talk about we don't talk about george romero and george romero's a huge hero of mud and i'm a little disappointed in everybody out there i'll explain why the jews expected disappointed heating comebacks zombie arman yeah man i did has like management was already come up with a way out the window zambia patch you'll be here well block no guard because if he got but also we we got our try not to make it heavy but we had the police shooting near his it it it came in a different form in i'm only talking about it because a lot of people asking us about it and i'm not really i don't think we know enough about it like really come in debt judgmental but we can have some expectations for him i thought somebody status was that recently were who who might his facebook status changed about it really own post about earlier or really okay normally within we'll get some details from user ulan you that chance read allcock like a lot on itself thomas shooting in minnesota this plenty details at have not come to the surface ships curious yes yes and we will discuss that and we will be very fair batted it was on in the night of course some emails and maybe a car but i'm honored dubbed the imo.
"romero" Discussed on PBS NewsHour
"Finally the night remembering filmmaker george romero the master of the zone be movie and a man whose influence in the business went further than many moviegoers realize jeffrey brown has are look victims potties changed killers art flush the people with one hundred thousand dollars in 1968 georgia romero brought the undid back to life in american culture is night of the living dead became a coke classic and launched a modern zombie industry of seoul was gould's with a taste for human flesh popping up everywhere today for romero as films were about more than just blood and graphic violence series of films sites have been sort of my platform the it's ripe for for metaphor and this obvious to me of always represented the you know the people that are just on unwilling the stand up on them and then you know there are a lot of living dead in america night of the living dead starring an african american actor was seen as a kind of social commentary on racism and the paranoid mood of its time a decade later romero's first sequel dawn of the dead laid on the excesses of american consumerism roger ebert dubbed did one of the best horror films ever made savagely merciless in its satiric view romero followed up with many other films including four more in the dead series with varying degrees of box office success but qassam be world he unleashed took on a massive multibillion dollar life of its own in blockbuster films like world war z video games and and sees the walking dead.
"romero" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen
"Yeah yeah maybe but now let's look at another clip let's look at romero at his fastest and let's look at what occur at his fassa's and then you tell me who's quicker i don't actually know the answer that question i don't actually no i'm just not willing to concede its whitaker concerts too damn romero's out there you got one romero the hill defended take down at at forty percent and he's he's so good added at forty percent work but then got another romero were you never even going to get the leg in the first place so there's there's all these questions and i would argue on robert would occur side is the fact that this is the fiveround atmosphere does romero have the wind to go if you watch his matches from amateur wrestling to mma you're going to the come to the conclusion that no he doesn't know he does not have the wind to go 25 minutes the problem is and you gotta take it from me your eyes are going to play tricks on your eyes are going to play tricks on vehicle watches for you have to trust me on this the problem is nobody actually knows how much energy that guy's got because he will not use any more than he needs to and if you wanna pick it up he will pick it up with you if you wanna slow it down hill slow it down with you he will let you control the pace but i've never seen him lose a competition.