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Digital ads are disappearing, seriously denting revenue for Big Tech

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:44 min | 2 months ago

Digital ads are disappearing, seriously denting revenue for Big Tech

"Advertising is the lifeblood of the Internet and it's drying up fast digital media sites are off employees some have closed shop for good twitter and Pinterest have pulled their guidance for the next quarter. Facebook has said that. Although it's traffic is way up it's revenue will not be way up because advertising just isn't happening and even Google is slowing down hiring which for many in silicon valley is a sign that the slump is really real. Sarah Fisher is a media reporter for axios. I asked her how bad the drop off in digital advertising looks for the tech industry so the biggest names in tak would be companies like Google and facebook that make the majority of their money on digital advertising. But they haven't come out and given exact estimates however we've talked to some analysts and they have given US estimates and you're looking at total of roughly forty billion dollars of revenue loss between Google and facebook alone a few more million from some of the smaller tech companies like twitter snapchat and so what are the downstream impacts of that. I mean we know that facebook and Google make up something like two-thirds of the digital advertising landscape. If they are in trouble it must be Armageddon for every other online publisher or website. Right totally will be advertising as an industry tends to grow at the same rate as the GDP and our economy's doing pretty well but now with the corona virus pandemic what analysts are predicting is that digital advertising revenue is still going to grow slightly. This year in total digital advertising was supposed to grow twelve percent this year. Now we're only expecting it to grow about four percent and there are three big categories. That are going to be really hit. One is search the other social media ads which is the way that facebook makes most of its money and those ads tend to be heavily dependent on video. What do you think that that four percent growth spend looks like is it a case where all that money is going to go to the incumbents to facebook and Google for example? Y- probably even though facebook and Google are expected to take the brunt of the losses. They're still gonNA come out far better than a lot of the publisher specific deals if you're a digital website. You're going to be heavily impacted by this downturn for a couple of reasons. One A lot of publishers. Don't just sell ads for things like hey we're a great company. Where a great brand? They sell ads to push products. I think about buzzfeed cells affiliate marketing which are like adds to help. You sell things on Amazon now. Amazon's said that they're cutting all of that spend and so. I would expect any digital publisher whether you're a smaller digital media company or if you are a smaller tech company to be heavily impacted by this yeah. Let's talk about that affiliate program because that is sort of hard to understand but a super big deal for a lot of sites across the Internet. That really have built a business model on the idea that if you send traffic to a retailer whether it's Amazon or even best buy you will get a kickback. And you can build a business that way I mean. Is that like over for the foreseeable future? We've talked to sources who say it's not over for the foreseeable future. That AMAZON IS PULLING BACK TEMPORARILY. And that they do intend to ramp these relationships back up host endemic or later point in the pandemic. The problem here is that no one knows when this thing is going to end and so for publishers that relied on revenue monthly. If you get pulled out from you now you have no idea when it's coming back which is a really scary thing. A Lotta publishers relied on that sort of affiliate ECOMMERCE added revenue for large percentages of their overall revenue. For some up to twenty five percent. How does this compare to advertising writ large the digital drop that still will see growth? Which kinda surprising. How does that compare to the rest of the industry? Oh it's great. I mean if you take a look at what's expected to happen television or Radio. That is going to be devastating. We expected to see a seventeen percent drop in print ads this year. That's down to twenty five percent post pandemic. We were expecting national television to go down around three percent now. We're expecting it to go down. Thirteen percent similar types of things with radio and of course out of home which includes things like billboards and subway posters. Out of home was one of the most fast growing non digital advertising mediums. Billboards were becoming digital more. People are getting out of the house. It was actually a great way to market but now the people are stuck inside. We were expecting billboard industry to grow about four percent. Now we're expecting it to go down about twelve percent by the end of the year. So what does this mean for digital business models like all of the digital media sites that we've seen having layoffs just in the last week or two And even ad-supported APPS or other services like is this a reset. Well say this. There's a difference between what we're seeing now versus what we saw during the last financial crisis in two thousand eight and two thousand nine. The last financial crisis we are recovery was like a very shallow you which meant that we kind of slowly hit it until one day it was really bad and then we slowly recovered. The one upside here is that analysts. Expect this to be a steeper you recovery. Meaning that were expected to pull back pretty quickly. Once things open up again. Remember the difference between this recession. The last one is that we have severe impacts up front. We dropped very quickly because we put everyone in an at home. We didn't do that in house recession. And so we're expecting things to ramp up much more quickly. Once we physically open things up but I think the long term impacts are this. A lot of these companies are going to drop out entirely. You saw the digital website called the outline that just shut down. A lot of these websites aren't going to shut down entirely. But they're not gonNA come back in the same form. They will have already laid off dozens of employees. They're not going to be able to ramp up that quickly. And what you should expect to see. Is that different types of coverage will get cut. Different products will get cut and to the media. Landscape we were used to is not going to be the same when we get back. Sir Fisher is a media reporter for axios companies that rely on digital advertising. Say It's not just the volume of ADS. That's way down. It's also the pricing. There's more inventory. So companies are forced to sell ads for a lot less which also hurts revenue. I The company that owns match group and other ad-supported businesses said earlier this month. That ad rates are down about thirty

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"sarah fisher" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:54 min | 5 months ago

"sarah fisher" Discussed on KCBS All News

"To delay enforcement of the state's new digital privacy law this is it we're talking about California's consumer privacy act which requires internet companies to make some big changes in how they collect our personal data now five ad industry trade groups are asking state Attorney General have your bracero to delay enforcement of this law by at least six months this new law does give consumers many more rights over how their personal information is used including the ability to have it deleted or transferred Sarah Fisher with actually still CBS news that may be of particular concern for web advertisers that's a big deal because in the past American consumers have no control very little control over the way that their personal data was use online now when the privacy act into law on January first the enforcement wasn't didn't happen right away that's supposed to start in July and again the address are asking for a further delay they say they need more time to come into compliance reporting live Matt Bigler KCBS thank you Matt just ahead on sports you're a good friend of ours who seven right in the middle some fascinating tennis action over the last couple of weeks we'll check in live from Australia stand by for that in two minutes hi it's Jamie progresses employee of the month to month in a row leave a message at the hi Jamie hit me Danny I just had a new idea for our song what the name your price tool so when it's like tell us what you want to pay Hey hearing from bone was Bob wine you say will be found coverage options to fit your budget then we just all the finger snaps will acquire goes he was coming after they've come at Jeff yes no maybe anyway see a practice tonight I got a new there so the referee to cancel the insurance company affiliates price and coverage match limited by state law sometimes the Sniffles turn out to be more than the Sniffles luckily there's a Walgreens right around the corner so you can feel better faster and right now get select Walgreens DM cold and flu products for only ten ninety nine.

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"sarah fisher" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"sarah fisher" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"As the moral better of Donald Trump. Still a bit. And he's done it without the religion talk of people to judge chickens. Yes. Just nasty Buddha. Judge Warren, Harris Sanders, Joe body. Those are your top five Democrats this week. I'm Tony cats. W IPC mobile news all the level all the. Shot gun near a college campus. Here's what's trending at twelve thirty. A police officer in Crawford's Ville, fired his gun last night near Wabash college sergeant Kim Riley with state police says Cropper's Ville officers were called to a home along walnut street at around one o'clock, Wednesday morning, they say it was a domestic suicidal situation, when they got there, a suspect pointed a gun at the officers Riley says in self defense, one of the officers fired at the suspect hitting him once the suspect was taken to Fransciscan hospital in Cropper's Bill with non-life threatening injuries. Kirk darling ninety three WNYC mobile news and a new go kart race, the grand prix of beech grove will be at beech grove high school on June sixteenth. It's thanks to former IndyCar driver, Sarah Fisher who owned speedway indoor karting they're hoping to get one hundred and fifty teams to participate rob on the level on the go on Twitter at ninety three WIBC page from the diary of Flo. Dear diary, I got the brush off again. I don't. Get it. Is there something wrong with the way, I wave? Elbow,.

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"sarah fisher" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"sarah fisher" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Controversial white save the field with about a clamming. What a harder goal day we like it. Or did we not only one way to find out the IB premium list, just for move reviews or you can wait a few months, then I guess there'd be on a regular. Get it at this too much. I did this too much what bossy yesterday, I sure did three hours long Twenty-one feedback responses. Yeah. I had a lot to say. Ooh. I never thought. I'd say so glad to season's over. There's a lot of work. Okay. I love talking to bossy, but I can talk for free without child. So anyway, welcome to the blackout Fatah's, Stitcher problematic. Search the blackout tears leave us five star reviews the Fisher weapon or the show. Is it tastes him? An unofficial sport bow boulevard, extreme also as a podcast note. We will be having vice vice news in our house tomorrow. Do we doing a lifetime shows the for those who've like I don't ever get to see we're going to be doing a lifetime remake bam. Bam. Bam. Bam brand movie going to blackout tips during your lunch break at noon tomorrow lunch. Our our our our eastern state at time. Be there or be square be just done to work west coast. I'll be our really be too much of a difference in the show, but they're recording us for a little bit. And we'll we talking game of thrones at them afterwards and stuff and who knows this chic is on TV. Like, I said, you never know. I'm not I don't Bank on anything. I mean the last time we did this was about Kwame meals. And I don't think he actually got on TV. So at any way, man. Find us on attitude Stitcher out of stuff, go to our website. The blackout is dot com. Leave comments vote Napoles. Appreciate right. Takes time out to do that Dr Sarah Fisher weapon that taser on a sport flit bowel the ball extreme today's podcast is sponsored we have a sexy sponsor..

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"sarah fisher" Discussed on Pro Rata

Pro Rata

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"sarah fisher" Discussed on Pro Rata

"To block the merger in the first place, which is that they thought. That it would bring consumer harm. And so some of these interest groups that you're seeing that are lobbying to have the Comcast merger reviewed some that are still lobbying to have eighteen thousand Time Warner overturned, they're arguing the same thing. The problem is just that quite frankly, there hasn't really been any justification that their arguments are really that great. The and T Time Warner thing it was decided by federal judge. But then there was an appeal which is still ongoing. Do we have any sense on timing when we're going to get a result on that on the appeal no sense on timing? But there's been a few things lately that have complicated. What that appeal could look like I mean, the first is that AT and T which owns HBO now through its acquisition of Time Warner failed to come to a distribution agreement with dish in forty years at HBO has been a cable channel they've never had a retransmission disagreement like this. So what the DOJ has alluded to and others is that well, this is anticompetitive behaviour now that you own a TV network, you're trying to leverage your exclusive distribution to steal someone else's customers with things like that happening that changes potentially. What it could look like if someone was trying to? Stop again, this merger from going through. But if you talk to people in Washington, and if you listen to Randal, Stevenson, the CEO of AT and T, by the way, rental Davidson, it really doesn't sound like there's much water to that. I will say Stevenson was very intrigued seemed he was speaking at a Wall Street Journal conference on the west coast yesterday. And he seemed intrigued he let me say this he paid attention to Adam shifts comments about an investigation into the original reason for the original antitrust lawsuit. Yeah, he paid attention. He acknowledged it. And there are a few other people at that conference to talked about sort of freedom in the press, and where things are headed. But at the end of the day rental Stevenson seems very confident that this merger is going to stand in. It is to his credit really hard to overturn something. Like this we've seen with Comcast NBC universal people will allege that you're exploiting dominance for years and a merger still won't get overturned. It's unlikely that it's going to happen in this case bigger picture here. Given the fact that DOJ did go after eighteen thousand Time Warner lost initially, but still caused AT and T and Time Warner love time, certainly a lot of money bunch of uncertainty. You've now got this potential issue with calm. Cast is the media merger market. If felt like we were kind of in the midst of a game of dominoes when everybody trying to team up with everybody is it going to cool off a bit. Because it seems that the White House doesn't just have bark here at least is trying to actually bite. I think there's two things that would push business owners to think about reconsidering whether or not they're going to merge and mid this political climate one is of course, what you just said is that there's a lot of reconsideration around current mergers. And what the White House thinks the other is what happened with Sinclair a few months ago they wanted to merge with Tribune media. They sort of misled the FCC about some of the divestitures that they would make as part of that agreement and that port a lot of cold water on Sinclair as a potential emerging partner in Washington, nobody thinks that the SEC or the DOJ is going to look twice at them. Now that they've done that. And that also sets the tone for media companies the DOJ the FCC are going to be applying very serious scrutiny to anyone that's trying to merge with another company. Not just that you will abide by the rules like eighteen Comcast once you complete your merger. But. You're honest upfront about your plants Sarah Fisher, axios media reporter, thanks so much for.

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"sarah fisher" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"sarah fisher" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"And as I said, the scramble is so urgent a lot of these new services are starting within the next year over sixty percent of young adults say that the primary way they watch television now is via streaming services on the internet. So to get more on this. We spoke to Sarah Fisher, she's a media reporter for axios. And we started off by talking about how younger viewers are ditching traditional TV happening now is that a lot of especially younger people who are still used to digital experiences where they can hit pause on a show. They can fast forward. They can binge watch it without commercials. They don't like the curious if they're getting regular TV we. Have to sit through really outdated commercial. And there you have to wait for something to go through a wholesale. You can't fast forward, and so they're not buying it anymore. Instead, they'd rather pay for either what are called like any bundles. So just cheaper versions has live TV channel or something. Like, a Netflix, which is really picking up where they can pay something like ten dollars a month, fourteen dollars a month and get your is a television shows and movies that they can watch and been at their leisure. Some of these numbers are interesting sixty percent of young adults in the US say that the primary way they watch television is through these streaming services on the internet by comparison only thirty one percent say they watch it via cable or satellite subscription. That's twice the number that are using their phones, and tablets and other things like that to consume this media. I think there's a distinction to be made. And we touched on the fan a piece for active dot com, which is that you have some people who work at the fragmented TV landscape, and they say, hey, raising younger kids. I don't like to watch as much TV is because their noses in their phone round. What they want is TV or video that they can do on their phone mobile. He shot with vertical orientation, fast, production, etc. Kinda like the stuff you get on like, a Snapchat or Instagram. Then there are people who were saying, look, I know the young kids love mobile video at the end of the day. But young kid watch watch game of thrones or new TV show gonna stay and watch game of thrones on their phone. They do want to sit in their living on a big screen. We have two different strategies, you have the Snapchat and Instagram of the world. We're trying to really win. Do you on your phone? Bigger companies like the ATS's HBO you still want to own you on your regular TV. Let's talk about some of the big players on mobile, then let's talk about some of the big players on all this subscription, stuff, Snapchat and Instagram YouTube, obviously, one of the biggest ones it's been huge for years. Big new player that hasn't launched yet. But everyone's talking about it's this one called Qube, which is being launched from a bunch of Hollywood exact it's meant to kind of rival like Snapchat. And then the other ones that are more streaming soak gets the types of things that would compete with like, a Netflix or a Hulu there's one of the things though by Disney and that's set to come out late next year. It'll be family friendly contents last big one, I think that's beginning to gain traction that people are beginning to talk a lot about is who is not only thirty percents stake box a thirty percent stake because Disney FOX in our in the majority of it. So it'll be interesting to see how that one evolves. But again who is really far behind that who has something like twenty million subscribers. Netflix has a hundred twenty five million net came on the scene, and they were doing a lot of movies and have now transitioned into all sorts of original programming TV shows and movies. You're going to have choices all over the place, and it's going to be tearing you away from the traditional TV cable bundles the other things for an ember is that for a really long time. There was a reluctant for TV net. Own owner content and just keep it to themselves. They wanted to distribute it far and wide on Netflix Amazon because they figure well, we just need the most eyeball. Well, now, it's something that was on Hulu interferring, build their own therapist content off of the services noticed some of your favorite stock shows are no longer on Netflix. Right. There's a reason for that. They want to make sure that the way that they can undermine some of their competition is like keeping their intellectual property keeping their contact proprietary to them. If you wanted as a consumer can only go to them, and you know, while a lot of people think that content like game of thrones. And breaking bad is with learning people when you're a family, and you've got little kids, you really want that Disney content. So I wouldn't be surprised to see a lot of families and best and buy that package is going to be interesting. And but there will be no shortage of things to watch now. So it's gonna be crazy. How it all shakes out? Sarah, Fisher media reporter for axios. Thank you very much for joining us. Thanks for having.

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"sarah fisher" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"sarah fisher" Discussed on 600 WREC

"And as I said, the scramble is so urgent a lot of these new services are starting within the next year over sixty percent of young adults say that the primary way they watch television now is via streaming services on the internet. So to get more on this. We spoke to Sarah Fisher, she's a media reporter for axios and we start off by talking about how younger viewers are ditching traditional TV happening. Wow. Is that a lot of especially younger people who are still used to digital experiences where they can hit pause on a show. They can fast four they can binge watch it without commercials. They don't like the experience that they're getting with regular TV. We have to sit through really outdated commercials and wait for something to go through a wholesale. You can't fast forward, and so they're not buying it anymore. Instead, they'd rather pay per eater. What are called the Guinea bundles? So just keep versions of live TV channel or something. Like, a Netflix, which is really picking up where they can pay to something like ten dollars a month. Fourteen dollars a month and get your head a television shows and movies that they can watch and bench at their leisure. Some of these numbers are interesting sixty percent of young adults in the US say that the primary way they watch television is through these streaming services on the internet by comparison only thirty one percent say they watch it via cable or satellite subscription. That's twice the number that are using their phones, and tablets and other things like that to consume this media distinction to be made and we touched on the fan of peace for axios dot com, which is that you. You have people who work at the fragmented TV landscape, and they say, hey, the reason younger kids don't like to watch as much is because their noses in their phone, and what they want is TV or video that they can do on their phone Mobley's shot with Bert FICO orientation, fast, production, etc. Kinda like the stuff you'd get like, a Snapchat or Instagram. Then there are people who were saying, look, I know the young kids love mobile video, but at the end of the day, but young kid watch watch game of thrones. Or a new TV show gonna stay and watch game of thrones on their phone. They do want to sit in their living your misdeed on a big screen. We have two different strategies, you have the Snapchat and Instagram of the world. We're trying to really win. Do you on your phone? And then you have the bigger companies like the ATS's the HBO you still want to own you on your regular TV. Let's talk about some of the big players on mobile, then let's talk about some of the big players on all this subscription, stuff, Snapchat and Instagram YouTube, obviously, one of the biggest ones it's been huge for years. The big new player that hasn't launched yet. But everyone's talking about this one called Qube, which is being launched from a bunch of Hollywood exact it's meant to kind of rival like a Snapchat. And then the other ones that are more streaming focus the types of things that would compete with like a Netflix or Hulu there's one of go by. Disney and that's set to come out late next year. It'll be family friendly contents last lasted one I think that beginning to gain traction or that people are beginning to talk a lot about who is Neo and thirty percents stake. Fox a thirty percent stake because Disney FOX and now in the majority of it. It'll be interesting to see how that one of all. But again who is really far behind that book who has something like twenty million subscribers. Netflix has a hundred twenty five million. Netflix came on the scene, and they were doing a lot of movies and have now transitioned into all sorts of original programming TV shows and movies, you're gonna have choices all over the place, and it's going to be tearing you away from the traditional TV cable bundles the other things remember is that for a really long time. There was a reluctance for TV networks to own their content and just keep it to themselves. They wanted to distribute it far and wide on Netflix, Amazon because they figure will we just need the most eyeball for now, especially because so many on Hulu and build their own therapist. Well, their content off of. Services noticed some of your favorite talk shows are no longer on Netflix. Right. There's a reason for that. They wanna make sure that the way that they can undermine some of their competition is by keeping their intellectual property, keeping their content proprietary to them that if you wanted us, a consumer can only go to them, and you know, while a lot of people think that content like game of thrones. And breaking bad is what's learning people when you're a family needs that little kids, you really want that Disney content. So I wouldn't be surprised to see a lot of families. Invest in buy that package. It's going to be interesting. And but there will be no shortage of things to watch now. So it's gonna be crazy. How it all shakes out, sir? Fisher media reporter for axios. Thank you very much for joining us. Thanks for having me..

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"sarah fisher" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"sarah fisher" Discussed on KTOK

"These new services are starting within the next year over sixty percent of young adults say that the primary way they watch television now is via streaming services on the internet. So to get more on this. We spoke to Sarah Fisher, she's a media reporter for axios. And we started off by talking about how younger viewers are ditching traditional TV happening now is that a lot of especially younger people who are still used to digital experiences where they can hit pause on a show. They can fast forward. They can binge watch it without commercials. They don't like. The that they're getting with regular TV. We have to sit through really outdated commercial and wait for something to go through a wholesale. You can't fast forward. And so they're not buying it anymore. They'd rather pay for either what are called the Guinea bundle. So just cheaper versions of live TV channel or something. Like, a Netflix, which is really picking up where they can pay just something like ten dollars a month. Fourteen dollars a month and get your head of television shows and movies that they can watch him bench at their leisure. Some of these numbers are interesting sixty percent of young adults in the US say that the primary way they watch television is through these streaming services on the internet by comparison only thirty one percent say they watch it via cable or satellite subscription. That's twice the number that are using their phones, and tablets and other things like that to consume this media. I think there's a distinction to be made and we touched on the piece for active dot com, which is that you have some people who work at the fragmented TV landscape, and they say, hey, the reason younger kids don't like to watch much TV is because their noses in their fun. What they want is TV or video that they can do on their phone Moberly. Shot with vertical orientation, fast, production, etc. Kinda like the stuff you get on like, a Snapchat or Instagram. Then there are people who were saying, look, I know the young kids love mobile video. But at the end of the day, but young kid watch watch game or a new TV show gonna sit and watch game of thrones on their phone. They want to sit in their living your misdeed on a big screen. We have two different strategies, you have the Snapchat and Instagram of the world. We're trying to really win you on your phone. And then you have the bigger companies like the ATS's the HBO's you still want to own you on your regular TV. Let's talk about some of the big players on mobile, then let's talk about some of the big players on all this subscription, stuff, Snapchat and Instagram YouTube, obviously, one of the biggest ones it's been huge for years. The big new player that hasn't launched yet. But everyone's talking about is this one called Qube, which is being launched from a bunch of Hollywood exact it's meant to kind of rival like a Snapchat. And then the other ones that are more streaming soak gets the types of things that would compete with like, a Netflix or Hulu there's one thing they'll by Disney and that's set to come out late next year. It'll be family friendly contents elastic one I think that beginning to gain traction or that people are beginning to talk a lot about is Hulu is Neo and thirty percents stake box owns a thirty percent stake because Disney FOX and now in the majority of it. So it'll be interesting to see how that one of all. But again, who is really far behind that who has something like twenty million subscribers networks has one hundred twenty five million net came on the scene, and they were doing a lot of movies and have now transitioned into all sorts of original programming TV shows and movies. You're going to have choices all over the place, and it's going to be tearing you away from traditional TV cable bundles the other things remember is that for a really long time. There was a reluctant for TV network. Owner content and just keep it to themselves. They wanted to distribute it far and wide on Netflix and Amazon because they figure well, we just need the most eyeball well now on Hulu and build their own therapist. Besides their content off of those services noticed some of your favorite FOX shows are no longer on that list. Right. There's a reason for that. They wanna make sure that the way that they can undermine some of their competition is like keeping our intellectual property, keeping their content proprietary to them. If you want it as a consumer can only go to them, and you know, while a lot of people think that content like game of thrones. And breaking bad is what's learning people when you're a family, and you've got little kids, you really want that Disney content. So I wouldn't be surprised to see a lot of families. Invest and buy that package. It's going to be interesting. And but there will be no shortage of things to watch now. So it's gonna be crazy. How it all shakes out? Sarah, Fisher media reporter for axios. Thank you very much for joining us. Thanks for having.

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"sarah fisher" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"sarah fisher" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Haven't been there before like it was like two hundred bucks because it probably love and I'm like barely surviving. Two women had filed a lawsuit after their driver licenses were suspended when they couldn't pay the fines for multiple traffic violations. Under the settlement. The court has to notify defendants of the option to claim financial hardship. Another typhus outbreak has been reported in Los Angeles County this time in the willowbrook area. The four cases reported there are being investigated by public health officials say that outbreak is unrelated to the one in downtown LA, which Santa at least nine people to the hospital LA county has seen at least sixty three cases of flea-born typhus so far this year that number does not include Pasadena and Long Beach which have their own health departments. But those cities have also seen big spikes in the number of typhus cases, Michael I was a professor of preventive medicine at USC the rise of homelessness think has been associated with that question. I have is simply cleaning the streets is going to solve the problem. Or is it really just pushing people enter didn't part of the county, and you're not really solving the problem that's manifests itself. In this adapted. Titus LA is stepping up cleaning efforts in the downtown area. Trash can attract rats and other animals that can carry fleas and help spread typhus symptoms include high fever chills rash club UPS tie. KNX ten. Seventy NewsRadio is growing. Concerned about the fate of a young Sunlen woman who's been missing since Tuesday. That's when twenty two year old Sarah Fisher, left her home near stone, Hearst avenue and Sunland boulevard to go for a jog leaving behind her wallet and cell phone. But her mother who lives whether started getting worried when she didn't return after our she tells CBS sushi trying hard to stay hopeful after all these days have passed the days go by it's getting harder and harder to think of her out. Their mother says to here is very trusting an open person, maybe even a little bit gullible because she likes to think that everyone else has good intentions to. He's also spent a lot of time helping the homeless. And in fact, there's an unconfirmed report that she might have been seen with a homeless man a few days ago. We have a Sigler in Agoura hills..

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"sarah fisher" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"sarah fisher" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Friday as a. Temecula man knows all too. Well, grant still tells CBS to Cal nines Adriana Wang gold that he'd gone out to cover the window of his truck. What he was struck by lightning. His wife. Tara says he was understandably a little bit out of it when he came back inside. But it wasn't until they saw his hat that they realized what had happened smelled the hat, and I could smell the smoke from the I guess the lightning hitting against had. And then I'm like, are you ok said, I'm fine that was one lucky man, but he was one lucky prepared, man. His wife says he was wearing thick rubber boots, and rubber raincoat just may have helped save his life. Relatives and friends of a young Sunland woman. Who's been missing for several days are posting her photos across the area trying to maintain hope that she'll turn up safe CBS news Christie Fajardo spoke with Sarah Fisher's, desperate families. The Harris mother tells us the twenty two year old left their home on stone. Hearst to go for a jog on Tuesday, leaving behind her wallet and cell phone. Saharan didn't come home after an hour. She started to worry. Sarah has spent a lot of her time helping the homeless and others in need her mother believes she might actually be a little too trusting. Because she always wants to believe that everyone else is as good hearted as she is. Let's hope she turns up five thirty three now on this Sunday morning. It's one and one in the National League championship series coming off a loss to the Milwaukee Brewers game one on Friday, the Los Angeles Dodgers one game to clinching victory with a two run home run by Justin Turner in the eighth inning. Here's manager. Dave Roberts exotified everything that I believe in as a baseball player as a professional, and then you can get into the community and all that stuff. But yeah. You can say I call him. He's the glue Turner's home run. Drove in Chris Taylor. He led off the inning with an infield single. Remember, it was or who struck out the night before with a chance to tie the game up. So he more than made up for it. With that hit the now moving back here to Los Angeles game three will be played tomorrow. A huge sigh of relief or dodgers fans in southern California along with lots of yelling, I'm John Stevens. These fans flocked to golden road Bruin Glendale to watch their team grabbed the victory from the brewers. That's part of the game.

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"sarah fisher" Discussed on Adlandia

Adlandia

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"sarah fisher" Discussed on Adlandia

"An interesting article that just came out from Sarah, Fisher inner axios trends reports that is calling this the summer of ad tech acquisitions, right? So you alluded to obviously data Rama being purchased by Salesforce for over one hundred million dollars. You've got medium raising over two hundred million. Yeah, I p g obviously one of the largest holding company groups acquiring axiom for over two billion dollars. This obviously is going to continue as you're talking on an, you're describing your kind of thought and vision is what's happening in the industry does where you're positioned and knowing that agencies, you know, need this support. Do you see notch moving to a data agency that happens to make products? We currently have kind of a customer success data, nerd team that does that, and they've worked with your teams and hopefully helped interpret some data. But we're thinking a lot about how do you scale that? How do you actually even blow that up to to take it to the next level? And so we're thinking about either building our own high touch consultancy around analyzing data, not just our data and maybe other first party data that we can bring into our fold or creating an ecosystem around not ginger saying, hey, guys, here's our data, you know, deal, do you wanna go on allies it? Maybe we work with Kantar enter, you know, the kind of more services, heavy players. And so that's something that I'm very actively thinking about and we'll probably you'll see something from us over the next six months. What is the industry missing? Like? Where are we're? We're so data obsessed to the point of just complete saturated. I mean, we have people come on, talk about. Date and all different ways on this show. What is the thing that we're not seeing? I mean your from your vantage point. I, I always say, you know, there's, there's this weird paradox where we have too much data and very little insight. And I think the what's missing is that we're just taking data sets that have already been collected and banging her head against the wall, trying to make them, you know, talk to each other when the truth is things are changing so fast online, that if you're.

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"sarah fisher" Discussed on Adlandia

Adlandia

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"sarah fisher" Discussed on Adlandia

"What's up i'm lurker into and i'm alexa kristen welcome back to add land area so today we're bringing back our fave sarah fisher yeah media reporter over at axios who is shedding light on all of the trends that are industry needs to follow an interestingly enough also trying to figure out how to take those and apply them to the mass consumer market because as an industry we know what we are putting out in the market is affecting consumers at large yeah i love that she's like talking about how does the media have media trades actually speak to everyone not just the trade community not just the industry of media tech marketing right we wanted to get her on she's been covering at large the latest ruling that came down from the doj around the eighty five billion dollar acquisition of time warner by at and t which has massive implications and sets precedent for industry around how telco and content networks are able to converge what i think is really interesting from a marketing perspective is what's the opportunity for marketers and i think he gives us an ability to go to at and t and goto time warner and struck a deal that we haven't looked at before yeah and to the things that have lived separately and continue to live separately until this thing gets finalized which you know having worked with the networks on the content side and trying to figure out what is the right programming and now you know something that lives separately around telco companies which essentially own your behavior around what does vice you're consuming content on when you're consuming that content what your preferences are aren't you're saying all of those sorts of things which we've had to in the past of map and piecemeal now of a sudden present this opportunity for really hyper targeted experience yeah and i think it's a slippery slope for content creators in on on one level but has also huge opportunity for consumers to get better content than they ever have and get all the wasteful content out of the system so with that a quickie with sarah fisher will be right back.

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"sarah fisher" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"sarah fisher" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"May you'll be able to go to racing when you go to the track to watch at the indianapolis motor speedway track president doug bowls and former indycar driver owner sarah fisher headed out to the bricks for a fun announcement ahead of the month of may fisher speedway indoor karting will create a mini road course layout in the fan midway for up to six cart drivers to run at the same time it's not going to be two hundred and twenty miles an hour we've all experienced with that looks like it is going to be fast and it's going to be a lot of fun there'll be a fee to raise the go carts and you'll have to at least fourteen years old to drive they'll be open may eleventh and twelve for the indycar grand prix then may eighteenth through the twentieth during the qualifications weekend and any five hundred weekend including car day looks like fun well still ahead a peek into the glamorous life of josh gabor the event taking place this weekend that ensures her legacy will live on forever and all new at five thirty it is food friday we've got some delicious treats you can really sink your teeth into that story is coming up here at five thirty only here on our tv six time now is five twenty one we'll be right back macy's newest shopping experience macysbackstage open saturday inside macy's vania town center the i two hundred customers score backstage scratch off card with a chance to win up to twenty five dollars off your backstage purchase join us for music food giveaways and get a free backstage toe with any purchase all weekend macy's backstage opens on the first floor inside macy's spots lavinia town centre saturday april fourteenth at ten am details in store visit macy's backstage dot com i wasn't prepared to be a caregiver to mom but a little over a year ago we realized she couldn't take care of herself without our help and well how could i not be there for her i had no idea how hard it would be and just what i would need to know things i never thought of like how to improve her mood and even for me ways to stay positive luckily i found the caregiving resource center from aarp it had articles about the basics that got me started but also information about the hurdles i was facing in this new role i could even connect with experts.

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"sarah fisher" Discussed on Adlandia

Adlandia

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"sarah fisher" Discussed on Adlandia

"What's made the difference for her organization and she talks about leadership and culture and she's right and you you walk into any company today you know in thirty seconds if they've got it or if they don't eagerly feel it you can smell it you can taste that yet yeah absolutely so now you started black fired yes so when i left fi come uh last summer i started to different things at the same time probably out of fear of failure but one of them is black bird which is a brand strategy and business innovation firm and the other is lunch partners which has the venture capital fund so two very different things and why anybody thinks that a poet should be running a venture capital fund i have no idea why anyone agrees to that but it has happened we are underway and that is a super exciting element of my daily life in his own acted to any of that connected the black bird is that totally separate from blackburn they're not connected but the end up being symbiotic um you know i learned so much about out early stage startup companies in all different industries from lunch partners i mean in the first two months we looked at 75 deals and the kind of people you meet or just sort of outside my everyday's fear and a lot of people i no jack shit about that world and the people we are meeting and learning from our 'extraordinary and they're the next generation of great business leaders yeah know it's interesting we've had pierced fox on here from psf cash and great episode was a writer if had you who's a poet we talked with sarah fisher last episode took sales skills and translate in journalism i think we're really starting to see this sort of transient fluid thing happening in our industry where people are taking their skill sets an feeling them into passions in it it's really fascinating to see you take the commercial side but then also what i assume the business of black bird being gear passion so that's exactly right laura and i feel like once you get what your great at and you understand kind of what you suck at you can do anything.

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"sarah fisher" Discussed on Adlandia

Adlandia

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"sarah fisher" Discussed on Adlandia

"Hi this is sarah fisher sara fischer k sarath sleeves from a lamb veal are india hey thanks for having me good morning good morning so you have the hottest media newsletter in the industry right now axios is media trends can you tell us sarah how you got started and why you made the jump over to axios to put this out into the world yes absolutely and thank you so much for the kind words i mean it's kind of serendipitous how it happened i was in ad sales the majority of my career i sold advertising at politico and when the founders of politico jumped to create axios they wanted to create a products that looked at the business and technology sides his media and they wanted a reporter who they wouldn't have to explain what a cpm was or they wouldn't have to explain how header bidding worked and that can be kind of challenging to find especially because were headquartered here in washington and so they figured let's see if sarah the interested even this she comes in the business i should not really a writer we know she gets those important topics and it just would have worked out really well i started before the company launched last november we launched the newsletter in june in it's sort of taken off from there we threw you went from adds sales to journalism you had not been a journalist before no i spent a few years during my sales career took some time off and went to cnn and i learned some of the editorial concepts that you need for report to be a reporter you know how do you initiate something off the record on the record and but for the most pride never been a writer and then when they brought me on to do this i kind of had a wing it but luckily for us axios our format is you know really short riding it's not using a lot of words and just sort of leaning on expertise so it turned out to be a good fit so how are you sourcing stories because obviously there's a ton of media trade organizations that are out there reporting on very similar issues but you seemed to have founded angle in a bend in that was able to cut through very quickly how are you.

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"sarah fisher" Discussed on Adlandia

Adlandia

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"sarah fisher" Discussed on Adlandia

"Asked with our friends at work by work we're excited to be doing that in brooklyn at the white house tell in february as well and stay tuned because they're gonna be more add landi a dinners and you may have a chance to come and join us suzy we have a special caller probably the hottest media trends reporter in the industry right now when you say i would say hottest and still not known about enough right we're going to get on the phone with sarah fisher from axios media trends newsletter i love her background so she's going to tell you about how she actually got to axios than what she was doing before and i think there's actually a signal in the noise here um and so when you listen in you hear her talk about her background in ad sales and on the business side i think actually gives so many people on the business side something to hold onto in say wait a second i can have a perspective beyond what i'm selling writer like walking in with just a proposal and selling to a brand or publisher or lyon or whomever right the everyone in this space should and can have a perspective on the business and i love that roving what was interesting about her point of your what is interesting about her point of view is the perspective around how to fish for information right if you're thinking about how you're selling your asking for klein objectives trying to figure out where you can slot in you know your unique point of view as to what you just said to get something sold what do you think that there's something interesting about how you know when you think about the seller buyer relationship and you think about that dynamic at the table of what they need to pull from you to get you to the point of how we make this deal happen it's interesting to see her translate that over to the journalism front and it comes down to ask the right questions that's right asking right questions any yes it doesn't mean it's more work sometimes absolutely but i'm also means that you have a more meaningful of relationship but the people that you're talking to in selling to totally i would i appreciate it and i think you know having.

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"sarah fisher" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"sarah fisher" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The subaru retailers allwheeldrive traffic on the threes nicole davis what's happening well done it looks like we have a new crash leaving the city of boston on 93 northbound right as you pass the college has you're coming off of the upper deck of 93 getting over toward assembly in sullivan squares watch out for that we do have a bit of a delay quickly backing up there otherwise storrow drive on the eastbound side still heavy because we have a lot of traffic heading over toward the garden for the celtics game starting just a few minutes ago up need getting over toward the o'neill north and southbound ramps it looks like right now we're dutch okay out there as well when it comes to heading saved expressway southbound a bit slow mass down towards senior and genome eastbound break tapper to rep on upon said we did hear from the busy phone forcing northberg plane is taken nearby the split as they're doing in their nightly work 24 southie had the two right lanes taken out there by one thirty nine for emergency roadwork that's all been picked up but it looks like the is still missing talked to one 28 120 eight on the northbound side is still slow from thirty seven to 24 because of this west of town the pike westbound right now not ninety five and we need problems out there when it comes to the ride north of town of one 28 route 3 or route one i'm gl davis with the wbz 24hour traffic now the eight t wbz arcuate wide light tonight back into the 20s rose the area even down to thirty two and both kgb slow starts across the kayla's for the linger for good tomorrow another pick luik near fifty two bright sunshine after the cold morning friday morning the arctic front is ploughing through and that means gusty winds out of the northwest up around forty miles per hour at times walls we will at temps falling into the 20s and 30s during the day wind chill values in the teens and twenty single digits by friday night near record low for saturday we'll get the day in the teens and 20s and finish with highs thirty five to forty miles or mid forty sunday i'm navy meter all the sarah fisher wbz newsradio league thirty nine in boston hi hi it's jamie progresses number one number two employee lead a message nib page age it's me jamie this is your daily pep talk i know.

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"sarah fisher" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"sarah fisher" Discussed on KKAT

"Two two twenty two talk wishes donald mcshane viligant firmness once again he's back with us on monday and who joint here on the program by sarah fisher she works at that news website we've talked a number of times about in recent weeks axios axios dot com we had a reporter from there on earlier the weeks used she's been with the washington post to the our time cnn and and even politico in the the past in joins us now welcome to the show sarah good morning good morning thank you for having me you're welcome now real quick before i asked you a bunch of questions about this we're weird world we live in i mentioned this earlier to our listeners earlier this hour and i don't even think you know this but i've a seventeen year old son named jack whose ms had on this show to do sports force wants to some of the listeners no no jack he is part of the reason you're on this morning he is he told me you were great because apparently you spoke to a um journalism conference at george mason last week and he was there and this is coming from him he said that nato lot of good speakers he said you are the best speaker the week he said this this oh nice it's what he says this was sarah fit he said you know the website axios mike yes mike allen all the i read the male says one i actually like it di rita though every morning and he goes they're great on mike i know and he said a this we had a reporter sara fischer so i don't know what you must have talked about the future of media or whatever was on with the presentation was about it why reacted rapidly so axios is changing the game is that the idea we're hoping to find a good image all it's all short stuff which is easy for us short attention span people to get through and you guys are breaking news but you cover meteorite so the great there's a big media story nowno if you've noticed but anthony scaramucci i guess a former colleague of mine at the fox business network to some extent he is now the communications director the white house and he did quite an interview with the guiding brian lizard who is a reporter at.

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